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Psychodrama and psychodynamic contributions to supervision

  • Ildikó Erdélyi

Abstract

In this chapter I would like to give an account of some lessons learnt during my two-decade-long work in Hungary as a psychodrama supervisor. Among these I will discuss the use of both the protagonist-centred and the group-centred procedures applied in supervision.

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