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In recent years that has been an increasing interest in supervision within the UK's cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) community. This is because the role of supervision has begun to be recognized in relation to the delivery of effective clinical services (Department of Health, 1998), and because of a clear recognition of the need to ensure that CBT practitioners are competent. Perhaps less well recognized in CBT are a number of interesting educational approaches to supervision, ones that may make supervision more successful. This paper summarizes some of these theories from a CBT perspective. Whilst the evidence base does not yet justify being too prescriptive, it is argued that some of these theories, such as Vygotsky's notion of the "Zone of Proximal Development", provide helpful prompts for reflecting on CBT supervision. An integrative model is constructed from these theories, with illustrative examples and suggestions for future research. © 2006 British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies.
Author(s): James IA, Milne D, Marie-Blackburn I, Armstrong P
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
ISSN (print): 1352-4658
ISSN (electronic): 1469-1833
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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