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A supervised psychoanalysis or psychoanalysis under supervision is a form of psychoanalytic treatment in which the psychoanalyst afterwards discusses the psychological content of the treatment, both manifest and latent, with a senior, more experienced colleague.[1] The analyst who provides the supervision is called a supervising analyst (or less frequently supervisory analyst). The term "supervised analysis" is flexible. It can be applied to such treatment lasting over several years; it can also apply to a single session.[1] Supervised analyses are a mandatory part of an aspiring analyst's psychoanalytic training; however even practicing analysts will sometimes seek clinical supervision and discuss a challenging case with a senior colleague.[1]

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