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Psicologia Ensino & Formação

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SEI, Maíra Bonafé  and  FRANCO, Ricardo da Silva. Group Supervision of Internship in Clinical Psychology: Literature Review. Psicol. Ensino & Form. [online]. 2017, vol.8, n.2, pp. 75-84. ISSN 2177-2061.

The supervision of internship in Clinical Psychology is presented as a primary activity in the training of the psychologist, since the student has the opportunity to articulate the theoretical knowledge acquired during his academic trajectory with the practical experience of the consultations. Therefore, the objective of this research was to review the national literature regarding supervision during psychologist’s training, focusing on the discussion about the group modality of clinical supervision. The research showed that there are few articles that deal with the subject of supervision, and more specifically of group supervision, throughout the graduation in Psychology. In general, there is a positive view of the group supervision modality, since it promotes learning through the experiences of others. Negative points are related to group supervision because there is less time for the intern to speak, and due  to therapist’s fears about the exposure that occurs in this context. Emphasis is given to aspects related to the supervisor’s own abilities in this scenario. It is recommended that other studies should follow, focusing on empirical researches.

Keywords : clinical psychology; clinical supervision; college students; school clinics.

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