Tag Archives: Supervision

Special issue: CBT training, supervision and implementation

Cognitive Behavior Therapy invites researchers, educators, and practitioners in the field of psychotherapy to contribute to a special issue focused on “CBT Training, Supervision and Implementation”. We welcome original research articles, theoretical papers, case studies, and review articles that explore innovative approaches, best practices, and emerging trends in psychotherapy training, …

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Clinical supervision in Cognitive Behavior Therapy improves therapists’ competence: A single-case experimental pilot study

Clinical psychotherapists typically receive supervision from senior psychotherapists both during training and in their subsequent clinical practice. Supervision typically involves discussing challenging patient cases, new treatment methods and other issues related to the practical work of psychotherapists. Clinical supervision is generally proposed to enhance therapists’ competence, improve treatment outcomes and …

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