This comprehensive work brings together 30 highly acclaimed authorities on family therapy training and supervision. Chapters present the distinct approaches to training and supervision that have evolved in each school of family therapy. The pragmatics of family therapy supervision are addressed, including how to avoid and anticipate common mistakes, create an atmosphere conducive to learning, and maintain a strong supervisory relationship. Practical guidelines for using live and video supervision are included. Family therapy trainers in such diverse fields as psychiatry, psychology, family medicine, social work, nursing, and freestanding and academic family therapy programs discuss issues that arise in their respective contexts.