Adult attachment, attachment to the supervisor, and the supervisory alliance: how they relate to novice therapists' perceived counseling self-efficacy.

@article{Marmarosh2013AdultAA,
  title={Adult attachment, attachment to the supervisor, and the supervisory alliance: how they relate to novice therapists' perceived counseling self-efficacy.},
  author={Cheri L. Marmarosh and Mary Nikityn and Jason Moehringer and Lauren Ferraioli and Sonia Kahn and Angela Cerkevich and Jaehwa Choi and Emily E Reisch},
  journal={Psychotherapy},
  year={2013},
  volume={50 2},
  pages={178-88}
}
The supervisory relationship is one of the most important components in training therapists' professional development, and it is a frequent area of training-focused research. The current study explored how 57 training therapists' adult romantic attachments relate to the attachment to the supervisor and the supervisory working alliance. Additionally, we explored how both adult attachment and supervisory attachment relate to trainees' perceptions of their counseling self-efficacy (CSE). Results… CONTINUE READING

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