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Surviving your clinical placement : reflections, suggestions and unsolicited advice

Author: David Polizzi; Matthew Draper
Publisher: Durham, N.C. : Carolina Academic Press, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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"Surviving Your Clinical Placement explores experiences related to the influences of institutional culture on clinical work, supervisory bias and clinical burnout, and unrealized personal expectations. To better understand this process, the text includes a variety of short clinical vignettes from training psychotherapists who reflect upon those aspects of their clinical placement that were most important or  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Polizzi; Matthew Draper
ISBN: 9781594605611 1594605610
OCLC Number: 454366730
Notes: Includes index.
Description: ix, 193 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Introduction --
Doing therapeutic work in incarcerated settings --
Beginner psychotherapists reflect on their experience working with offender clients --
A descriptive analysis of the shared themes identified in the experience of working with offender populations --
Institutional culture and clinical practice: the way in which institutional culture can influence clinical effectiveness --
Beginner psychotherapists reflect on their experience working in non-forensic settings --
Description of the shared themes identified in the experience of working with non-forensic clients --
My heart is here too: reflections on the experience of being a supervisor --
Supervisors, mentors, and unexpected sages: those who illuminate the path of professional development in mental health --
Clinical supervision for the treatment of adults with severe mental illness: pertinent issues when assisting advanced students and new professionals.
Responsibility: edited by David Polizzi, Matthew Draper.

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"Surviving Your Clinical Placement explores experiences related to the influences of institutional culture on clinical work, supervisory bias and clinical burnout, and unrealized personal expectations. To better understand this process, the text includes a variety of short clinical vignettes from training psychotherapists who reflect upon those aspects of their clinical placement that were most important or influential to their development as professional psychotherapists. The text concludes with two chapters from practicing professionals who address the specific issues of clinical supervision."--Jacket.

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