Therapist in distress: team-supervision of social workers and family therapists who work and live under political uncertainty.

Abstract

This article describes and analyzes a 2-year supervision process with social workers and family therapists who live and work under conditions of uncertainty on the West Bank. The systemic orientation used in this specific approach to supervision emphasizes the double role of the therapist: one as part of the therapeutic system, and the second as a member of… (More)

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@article{Shamai1998TherapistID, title={Therapist in distress: team-supervision of social workers and family therapists who work and live under political uncertainty.}, author={Michal Shamai}, journal={Family process}, year={1998}, volume={37 2}, pages={245-59} }