Doing Better is intended to help therapists and counselors to explore more fully and systematically the processes of self-improvement in their work and lives.

chapter Chapter 1|9 pages

When Therapists Supervise Themselves

ByJeffrey A. Kottler

chapter Chapter 2|17 pages

The Natural and Unnatural Evolution of Therapist Development

ByJeffrey A. Kottler, W.Paul Jones

chapter Chapter 3|25 pages

Critical Self-Monitoring

ByDavid Shepard, Gloria Morrow

chapter Chapter 4|16 pages

A Syllabus for Self-Supervision

ByW.Paul Jones, Robert L. Harbach

chapter Chapter 5|18 pages

Confronting Adversity

ByDana L. Comstock, Thelma H. Duffey

chapter Chapter 6|20 pages

Hasta La Vista, Baby—I'm Outta Here: Dealing with Boredom in Therapy

BySherrill Wiseman, Carol Scott

chapter Chapter 7|22 pages

Recognizing Ethnic/Racial Biases and Discriminatory Practices Through Self-Supervision

ByJesse Brinson, Joseph M. Cervantes

chapter Chapter 8|18 pages

Self-Supervision in Youth Counseling

ByDavid Leary

chapter Chapter 9|16 pages

Technoconsultation: Getting Help in Far-Flung Places

ByJohn A. Casey, W.Paul Jones

chapter Chapter 10|16 pages

There's No “I” in Self: A Discursive Approach to Self-Supervision

ByStacey L. Sinclair, Gerald Monk

chapter Chapter 12|16 pages

Self-Supervision in Medical Settings

ByLaurie Carty, W.Paul Jones

chapter Chapter 13|15 pages

Licensing Boards and Continuing Professional Growth: Friend or Foe?

ByShirley Emerson, W.Paul Jones

chapter Chapter 14|15 pages

Therapist: Heal Thyself!

ByMaryam Sayyedi, Kathy O’Byrne

chapter Chapter 15|20 pages

Blind Spots and Ruts in the Road: The Limits of Self-Supervision

ByLeah Brew, Michael K. Altekruse

chapter Chapter 16|4 pages

Final Thoughts

ByJeffrey A. Kottler, W.Paul Jones