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A Greek model of supervision. A visional encounter

  • Ioannis K. Tsegos
  • Natassa Karapostoli

Abstract

The ‘Greek model of supervision’ – also known as ‘Group analytic supervision’ – is a conception introduced and applied at the Institute of Group Analysis, Athens (IGAA) since 1983 (Tsegos, 1984, 1995a, 1995b, 1996, 2002, 2007), and at the three Training Institutes of the Open Psychotherapy Centre (OPC). The above model has been used quite extensively in supervising several kinds of groups (i.e. group analytic, sociotherapeutic, psychodramatic, family and couples’ groups) or dyadic meetings (dyadic psychotherapy, psychological assessment, etc.).

Keywords

Family Therapy Psychological Assessment Therapeutic Group Personal Therapy Supervision Group 
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  • Natassa Karapostoli

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