In his book "Jay Haley on Milton H. Erickson" Haley describes his annual meetings with Erickson and writes that he has been supervised by Erickson. Jeffrey Zeig writes that Erickson never supervised him although he sent him many patients ("The wisdom of the unconscious"). Can this be explained by different definitions of supervision? Or did Erickson change his attitude towards supervision in his later years?
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