‘We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit’.1 How do we find more constructive ways of responding to our clients?
  Edna Murdoch says, ‘Who I am, is how I supervise’ 2. She emphasises that beyond all our training and techniques, each of us is a unique human being with our own way of relating to and working with our clients. I wholeheartedly agree. And yet, when I ask myself, ‘Who am I?’, I find the question too abstract. It doesn’t help when I’m reflecting on how...

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