Both participants in the supervision relationship are personally and professionally vulnerable. Thus the power is bidirectional, just as it is in therapy. Each participant has power, although the particular forms of power may be different and the distribution of power may be asymmetrical. But no one is immune from narcissistic vulnerability, including the supervisor. Supervisors … Continue reading Power and Vulnerability in Clinical Supervision – Presented by Lynne Jacobs, Ph.D.
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