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Clinical Social Work Journal

, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp 347–355 | Cite as

The Saturday center: A training institution in process

  • Judith J. Davenport
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Abstract

This article describes a training institution in which the primary learning vehicle is the focus on psychotherapists' inner selves. The mission, history, task, rationale, and dilemmas of the institution are explicated. A supervision vignette demonstrates exploration of character issues via parallel process to resolve a learning and treatment impasse.

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Parallel Process Character Issue Training Institution Primary Learning Learning Vehicle 
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© Human Sciences Press 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Judith J. Davenport
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  1. 1.Sunto Monica

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