Description - The Third Eye by Meg Sharpe
General Editor Dr Malcolm Pines Institute of Group-Analysis, London. The International Library of Group Psychotherapy and Group Process is published in association with the Institute of Group-Analysis (London) and is devoted to the systematic study and exploration of group psychotherapy. [page i/half-title with long blurb] The Third Eye To reflect the importance of supervision, and to widen understanding of its many facets, this book brings together not only the thoughts of some of the most experienced practitioners of group analysis, but also the reactions of those they have supervised. This assembly of knowledge will be of value to anyone who has to supervise others responsible for groups, whether within or beyond the boundaries of psychoanalysis. The contributors examine areas such as the trainee's view of supervision, supervision within the NHS, block training courses at home and abroad, and the training and evaluation and of supervisors. The book concludes with a full reference bibliography of the main articles and books on supervision of group psychotherapy.
The Third Eye provides a detailed and practical exposition of one of the most important but least documente skills required of those practising in the expanding discipline of group analysis. The relevance of the material extends far beyond its field of origin. It will be of significant interest to a wide readership of those concerned with the training, assessment and development of others working with or having responsibility for groups. Meg Sharpe is a Training Group Analyst and Supervisor at The Institute of Group Analysis, London. Also trained as an Analytical Psychologist, she runs a private practice and consultancy working with both groups and individuals.
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