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Some thoughts about parallel process and psychotherapy supervision: when is a parallel just a parallel?

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Published Article
Journal
Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.)
Publication Date
Volume
49
Issue
3
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DOI: 10.1037/a0029191
PMID: 22962972
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Medline

Abstract

In a way not done before, Tracey, Bludworth, and Glidden-Tracey ("Are there parallel processes in psychotherapy supervision: An empirical examination," Psychotherapy, 2011, advance online publication, doi.10.1037/a0026246) have shown us that parallel process in psychotherapy supervision can indeed be rigorously and meaningfully researched, and their groundbreaking investigation provides a nice prototype for future supervision studies to emulate. In what follows, I offer a brief complementary comment to Tracey et al., addressing one matter that seems to be a potentially important conceptual and empirical parallel process consideration: When is a parallel just a parallel?

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