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Manosevitz, M. (2006). Supervision by Telephone: An Innovation in Psychoanalytic Training— A Roundtable Discussion. Psychoanal. Psychol., 23(3):579-582.

(2006). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 23(3):579-582

Panel Report

Supervision by Telephone: An Innovation in Psychoanalytic Training— A Roundtable Discussion

Martin Manosevitz, Ph.D.

Supervision using the telephone was the topic at a roundtable discussion during the 2005 Spring meeting of Division 39 (Psychoanalysis) of the American Psychological Association. Areas of agreement that emerged from the discussion among the panelists and the audience included the following: (a) that some face-to-face contact to supplement telephone supervision is desirable; (b) that the process and relational fit between the supervisee and the supervisor is more important than whether supervision is over the telephone on in person; (c) that parallel process is important in supervision; (d) that the supervisory alliance is important; (e) that telephone supervision is essential in distance learning programs, and (f) that telephone supervision permits exposure to diverse viewpoints that might otherwise not be available. Telephone supervision is frequently used but rarely discussed. Panelists all felt that the topic needs further discussion and must be seriously considered in training programs.

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