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THE PEER SUPERVISION GROUP—AN EXAMINATION OF ITS PURPOSE AND PROCESS
Vol. 5, No. 1 (Spring 1981), pp. 27-40
Published by: Eastern Group Psychotherapy Society
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41718019
Page Count: 14
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Leaderless peer supervision groups have come into prominence in recent years. In addition to the desire for advanced supervision, training and continuing education, these groups have proliferated due to the increasing isolation and existential exhaustion experienced in psychotherapeutic practice. Whereas peer groups offer a viable modality for professional growth and refurbishment, they are frequently short-lived. This paper discusses the major issues which may seriously interfere with personal and professional growth for the participants. Guidelines are suggested for effectively dealing with these difficulties.
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