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Nequipos are teams of therapist brought together for educational/training purposes and are usually made up of a clinical supervisor and one or more student/trainees.

These teams have their own processes and dynamics which need to be understood in order to minimize their potential negative impact on the psychotherapy of the client.

General observations about nequiposEdit

Nequipos with individual clientsEdit

Nequipos and couple therapyEdit

Nequipos in family therapyEdit

Nequipos in group therapyEdit

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