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Itzhaky, H. Chopra, M. (2005). Hope in the Supervision of Therapy of Patients with Psychotic Disorders. Psychoanal. Soc. Work, 12(2):63-82.

(2005). Psychoanalytic Social Work, 12(2):63-82

Hope in the Supervision of Therapy of Patients with Psychotic Disorders

Haya Itzhaky, Ph.D. and Miriam Chopra, Ph.D.

Psychotherapeutic interventions for individuals diagnosed with psychotic disorders have been extensively reviewed and studied (Fromm-Reichmann, 1950; Searles, 1965; Rosenfeld, 1988) and have recently received further attention (Kanwal, 1997; Silver, 2001; Spinelli, 2001). Nevertheless, there are almost no updated articles on the supervision of this therapy. This article addresses the issue, focusing on the importance of a sense of hope among therapists working with individuals who have psychotic disorders.

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