The ‘real’ relationship in psychotherapy has been given substantial attention while the ‘real’ relationship in psychotherapy supervision has not been afforded the same focus. It is only in recent years that we know a bit more about this ‘real‘ relationship in supervision. This paper looks at what is understood as the ‘real’ in the supervision relationship and what we do know about this aspect of psychotherapy supervision. A few short case vignettes are provided to illustrate the notion of the real relationship in supervision.
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