From the back cover: 'Johnella Bird is already well-known for highly creative thinking that challenges the implicit rules governing therapeutic practice. In this book, she leaves behind the traditional role of the authoritative expert 'supervisor' and presents a fresh approach to super-vision. This method emphasises the use of prismatic dialogue to evoke the voices of all the participants in counseling and super-vision. Johnella guides the reader through these practice-centered techniques, allowing for a genuine exploration of the dynamic interplay between participants' subjective experiences and their theoretical and life knowledges. As always, Johnella is willing to confront and clarify the experiential nature of the power relation as it occurs within therapeutic and super-vision relationships. Constructing the Narrative in Super-vision presents rich illustrative material, which grounds these ideas and practices. Readers of Johnella's earlier books will know how effectively she interweaves transcript and clinical scenarios into her writings.'
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Book Description Edge Press. Paperback. Book Condition: Good. Book has some visible wear on the binding, cover, pages. Bookseller Inventory # G0473114461I3N00