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Steiner, J. (1985). The Training of Psychotherapists. Psychoanal. Psychother., 1(1):55-63.

(1985). Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 1(1):55-63

The Training of Psychotherapists

John Steiner

In this paper I discuss what I consider to be the important elements in the training of a psychotherapist. In particular I have stressed those which form the basis of a psychoanalytic training and have tried to give some indications of the reasons for their importance. A personal analysis, abundant clinical experience with supervision and a study of theory are all considered to be essential. Some clinical material is used to illustrate these different components of training.

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