Supervision is an interactive process that focuses on the specific learning needs of the physician. The MDPAC considers supervision to be indispensable not only in psychotherapy training, but also in the maintenance of competence for physicians practicing psychotherapy. It is also essential in monitoring for countertransference phenomena and therapeutic impasse, which are regular occurrences in a psychotherapy practice.
There are two models of supervision: Individual and Group.
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