Clinical Supervision in Denmark: Resulets from the danish DPCCQ study of supervision

Bidragets oversatte titel: Supervision i Danmark

Claus Haugaard Jacobsen

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Abstrakt

Aim: Supervision is a vital factor in the professional development of psychotherapists, and was rated by novice therapists as the most important factor in their own current development (Orlinsky & Rønnestad, 2005). Paradoxically, the standard version of the Development of Psychotherapists Common Core Questionnaire (DPCCQ) has only few questions on supervision. To rectify this limitation, a recent Danish version of the DPCCQ included two new sections on supervision, one focusing on supervisees and another on supervisors and their supervisory training. This paper presents our initial findings on giving and receiving clinical supervision as reported by therapists in Denmark.

Method: Currently, the Danish sample consists of 350 clinical psychologist doing psychotherapy who completed DPCCQ. Data are currently being prepared for statistical analysis.

Results: This paper will focus primarily on describing the amount and type of supervision received and given by the sample. Findings from these descriptive statistics will be compared within the sample across demographic parameters such as age and sex, and professional characteristics such as career level, theoretical preferences, type of clients (pathology), satisfaction or distress at work, etc.

Discussion: Implications of the findings for the development of therapists and the training of supervisors will be discussed.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelSPR-2011, Bern Switzerland. 42nd. International Meeting. June 29 - july 2. Book of Abstracts.
Antal sider1
Udgivelses stedUlm, Germany
ForlagUlmer Textbank Verlag
Publikationsdato2011
Sider208
ISBN (Trykt)9783926002358
StatusUdgivet - 2011

Citationsformater

Jacobsen, C. H. (2011). Clinical Supervision in Denmark: Resulets from the danish DPCCQ study of supervision. I SPR-2011, Bern Switzerland. 42nd. International Meeting. June 29 - july 2. Book of Abstracts. (s. 208). Ulmer Textbank Verlag.