Chapter 10
ByRichard Bryant-Jefferies
Pages 10

Ian was looking forward to the next session with Mandy. That previous supervision session, he realised, had helped him to clarify his own thinking, particularly around the links between “personality change” and “behaviour change”. He had pondered on that theme a lot after the supervision and felt much more secure in his role of offering a relational climate that primarily was concerned with “constructive personality change” and feeling able to trust that behaviour change that may flow would be expressive of it and would take the form that the client found most fulfilling or satisfying.