정신치료 수련의 질과 역량에 관한 정신건강의학과 전공의 인식도 조사
A Recognition Survey by Psychiatry Residents Regarding the Quality of Psychotherapy Training and Psychotherapy Competencies in Korea
- 김예지(Ye Ji Kim) 견영기(Yeong Gi Kyeon) 이승재(Seung Jae Lee) 전명욱(Myong-Wuk Chon) 이상원(Sang Won Lee) 정성원(Sung
- 제60권 제3호
- 등재여부 : KCI등재
- 223 - 231 (9 pages)
Objectives This study surveyed the quality of psychotherapy training and psychotherapy competencies during residency in Korea. Methods A questionnaire developed by The Committee of Residency Training of the Korean Neuropsychiatric Association was completed by fourth-year residents of Korean psychiatry (n=120). The questionnaire examined their demographic characteristics, their experience of clinical psychotherapy training, their degree of satisfaction in the quality of psychotherapy training, and self-rated competence regarding the six types of psychotherapies, including supportive psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal psychotherapy, psychoanalytic psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and family psychotherapy. Results The degree of satisfaction of the residents with the psychotherapy training was diverse among the types of psychotherapy and contents of training. Across all types of psychotherapies, the satisfaction levels of the quantity and quality of supervision education were low, except for psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Overall, more than 70% of residents were not satisfied with the theoretical education, clinical practice, and supervision education in three types of psychotherapies, including interpersonal psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and family psychotherapy. A positive correlation was found between the degree of satisfaction with the quality of training experience and self-rated competence of psychotherapy. Specifically, the self-rated competence of psychotherapy was more highly correlated with the experience of clinical cases and supervision than theoretical education Conclusion This study showed the quantitative and qualitative status of psychotherapy training in Korean psychiatry residency programs, and the satisfaction level of psychotherapy education was low except for psychoanalytic psychotherapy. There is a strong need for the improvement of psychotherapy training programs in Korea.