Nielsen, Geir Høstmark3; Skjerve, Jan3; Jacobsen, Claus Haugaard1; Gullestad, Siri Erica4; Hansen, Bjørg Røed4; Reichelt, Sissel4; Rønnestad, Michael Helge4; Torgersen, Anne Mari4
1 Department of Communication and Psychology, The Faculty of Humanities, Aalborg University, VBN2 Universitetsklinikken, The Faculty of Humanities, Aalborg University, VBN3 Department of Clinical Psychology, University of Bergen4 Department of Psychology, University of Oslo
a comparative analysis
In the two preceding papers of this issue of Nordic Psychology the authors report findings from a study of nondisclosure among student therapists and clinical supervisors. The findings were reported separately for each group. In this article, the two sets of findings are held together and compared, so as to draw a picture of mutual assumptions and facts about nondisclosure among students and supervisors.
Nordic Psychology (online), 2009, Vol 61, Issue 4, p. 49-58
supervision; gruppesupervision; nondisclosure in psychotherapy supervision; clinical supervision; clinical feedback; group supervision