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Power, A. (2014) ‘Impasse in supervision – looking back and thinking again’. Attachment: New directions in psychotherapy and relational psychoanalysis, 8:2, 154-171.


Power, A. (2013) 'Supervision of supervision: How many mirrors do we need?' British Journal of Psychotherapy, 29:3, 380-404.


Power, A. (2013) ‘Early Boarding: Rich children in care, their adaptation to loss and attachment’. Attachment: New directions in psychotherapy and relational psychoanalysis, Vol 7, July 2013, 186-201.


Power, A. (2013) ‘When Passion Cools: Counselling couples’. Therapy Today, 24(1): 14-18.



Power, A. (2012) ‘When a supervisee retires’ in Psychodynamic Practice Vol 18 (4) pp 441-455.The paper looks at the role of the supervisor in supporting the therapist through the decision and process of retirement. It reflects on the possible dynamics which arise when an ending is imposed and how these may be tackled in the supervisory dyad.



2009:  “Supervision – a space where diversity can be thought about?” Attachment Vol 3, No 2, July 157-175

My intention in this paper is to consider the potential of supervision as a space to think about differences in culture. By culture I mean the medium in which we grow up, which from birth has silently organised our experience and left its mark in our unconscious. These inescapable parts of our psychic landscape naturally find their way into the therapeutic and supervisory space and if not thought about can subvert the relationship.



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