Supervision in psychodrama – an introduction

  • Hannes Krall
  • Jutta Fürst
  • Pierre Fontaine


Supervision plays an important role in the process of learning and professional development in psychotherapy and training. Trainees and psychodrama practitioners reflect upon their experiences to see what has been achieved, what went wrong, what could be done in a different way. No matter which theory and methodological approach is applied, supervision seems to be essential for professional learning.


Professional Development Professional Learning Direct Supervision Creative Development Charity Organization 
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  • Hannes Krall
  • Jutta Fürst
  • Pierre Fontaine

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