While obviously aimed at family therapy settings and training requirements in Britain, the material contained in the book would be worthwhile reading for therapists in other countries.
The book overall is readable and accessible and has the virtue of brevity. As a practice teacher, I found there to be an overlap of common themes and issues as there would be for anyone involved in any supervisory relationship. I would therefore commend it to a wider readership than those solely involved in family therapy training and practice.
Inga-Britt Krause, The Marlborough Family Service & University College, London
A useful introduction, aid and guide for multidisciplinary teams seeking to enhance and develop systemic interventions.
Joyce Scaife, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Psychology Unit, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK
In this collection of chapters, the authors explore the development of systematic ideas over the last 20+ years. This book shows the reader how supervisors of systematic therapy have addressed personal and professional development in pre-registratin training and with this in mind there is much of interest that follows.... Overall, the content was not what I anticipated from the title, but I still expect this to be a worthwhile read for supervisors wishing to consider how to facilitate personal and professional development, and self-awareness in their supervisees and themselves.