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Choder-Goldman, J. (2015). Trauma and the “Confusion of Tongues” in Supervision: Interview with Arnold Rachman, PhD. Psychoanal. Perspect., 12(2):136-142.

(2015). Psychoanalytic Perspectives, 12(2):136-142

Trauma and the “Confusion of Tongues” in Supervision: Interview with Arnold Rachman, PhD

Jill Choder-Goldman, LCSW

Arnold Rachman, PhD, a Ferenczi scholar, discusses his more than 30 years of experience as a supervisor. The power dynamic in supervision that can foster a shaming and even traumatic experience for the supervisee is brought to light. He argues that the supervisee is a mutual partner in supervision, where he/she is both a learner and a teacher.

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