Basics of Supervision

Instructors: Shabnam Nohesara MD. , Nahaleh Moshtagh PhD. , Mehrdad Eftekhar MD.

Capacity: 35

Course Date:06-07-2017


First Session Reference

Perlman, S.D., (1996). The Implications of Transference and Parallel Process for the Frame of Supervision: A Historical Perspective, Journal of American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 24:485-497


Second Session Reference

Pedder, J., (1986). Reflections on the Theory and Practice of Supervision Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy, 2:1-12.


Third Session Reference

1-Wolf, E., (1995). How to Supervise Without Doing Harm: Comments on Psychoanalytic Supervision, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 15: 252-267.

2-Smith, H.F., (1994). Studies in Listening: When Patients Talk about their Patients, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 75:281-290.


Fourth Session Reference

Lester, E.P., Robertson, B.M., (1995). Multiple Interactive Processes in Psychoanalytic Supervision, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 15:211-225.


Fifth Session Reference

Berman, E., (2000). Psychoanalytic Supervision: The Intersubjective Development, International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 81:273-290.


Sixth Session Reference

Kernberg, O.R., (2010). PSYCHOANALYTIC SUPERVISION: THE SUPERVISOR’S TASKS, The Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Volume LXXIX, Number 3, 603- 627.