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|Posted on November 26, 2012 at 5:04 PM||comments (91)|
For those of you currently preparing for the CTA oral exam, here is an article on the topic of choosing a tape by Keith Tudor (EATA news, 2007, page 16). The author cautions us against over-adapting under the influence of unquestioned "received wisdom" about what constitutes a good tape. He believes that supervisors should respect the trainee's autonomy in this matter and take on a supportive rather than prescriptive role.
He goes on to discuss every criterion for what constitutes a good tape and stresses that the trainee should feel that the tape is representative of the way they work. If they work mainly relationally why feel pressured to show a piece of typical cognitive-behavioural interaction.
This link was sent to me by Sean O'Dwyer.