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It was a joke about Ottolenghi that finally showed me a way forward with my patient

“Your patient finds being cared for unbearable,” he says.

By Anna Blundy   June 2018

"I put this to my patient in the next session. He stared at me and said; 'That makes sense.'”

Supervision is intimidating at first. Not only have you just been faced with a real-life patient looking to you for help—bad enough—but then you have to write up every single little thing you remember about the session and read this out to a group (all patient details disguised). 

It’s supposed to…

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