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Baudry, F.D. (2016). Francis D. Baudry on 'The Personal Dimension and Management of the Supervisory Situation with a Special Note on the Parallel Process'. PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):13.
    

(2016). PEP/UCL Top Authors Project, 1(1):13

Francis D. Baudry on 'The Personal Dimension and Management of the Supervisory Situation with a Special Note on the Parallel Process' Related Papers

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Francis D. Baudry, M.D.

Francis D. Baudry discusses the lack of literature on the supervisory process and the general lack of awareness of the unconscious dynamics involved. He describes the different levels of communication that can take place and reflects on the often-cited but poorly understood phenomenon commonly referred to as the parallel process. He outlines some principles that can help supervisors to refrain from engaging in wild analysis and discusses the reasons why work on the supervisory relationship can sometimes get a treatment that is stuck moving again.

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