By Carol A. Falender

Univ. of California, l. a.. offers concept and study for education and supervising psychological wellbeing and fitness practitioners, with specific emphasis on modern perform and coaching requisites. offers counsel on either scientific and supervisory capabilities and bills for contemporary legislative projects mandating education in supervision.

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However, overall, the quality of research during the past 15 years has been substandard (Ellis & Ladany, 1997). Most of the research is based on reports of supervisees and has no link to treatment efficacy or other variables that one would expect to be positively affected by excellent supervision. As Holloway and Carroll (1996) coneluded, "Losing that perspective (impact of clinical supervision on the client outcome) is a bit like viewing parenthood solely for the enrichment of the parents" (p.

However, ultimately, dealing with the games as process issues provided potential for an all-around win. A valuable exercise is to address each of these patterns in the context of a supervisor-supervisee seminar and deal with them intellectually. Then, when they arise in the supervisory context, they can be labeled and dealt WHAT MAKES FOR GOOD SUPERVISION? 45 with directly. Identification and confrontation are very effective tools with both supervisee and supervisor. Worst Supervisors Across Disciplines Studies of "worst" supervisors did not necessarily identify opposite characteristics as those attributed to the "best" supervisors.

We use the terms "trainee" and "supervisee" interchangeably, as synonymous terms, and consider the principles espoused in the book to be applicable to the entire range of clinical training settings, from first-year field placement externships and practica through internship and postgraduate fellowships. 34 CLINICAL SUPERVISION Although this volume is written primarily for the field of professional psychology, the competency-based model that is presented could readily be applied to any of the allied mental health professions, psychiatry, social work, counseling, and so forth.

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