Clinical Supervision in the Helping Professions A Practical Guide

ISBN-10: 0534563139
ISBN-13: 9780534563134
Edition: 2003
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Book details

List price: $122.95
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 7/16/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 400
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

This new text, with a unique interactive and personal perspective, addresses topics essential to becoming an effective supervisor, emphasizing the tools and skills students will need to supervise others in a variety of settings. Throughout, the authors discuss ethics and professional codes and the relevant literature, and they offer suggestions on how to approach the various cases presented in the text. They also cover topics not examined by other supervision texts, such as writing letters of recommendation, managing crisis situations, and understanding multicultural competencies in supervision. The work of the contributing supervisors and the personal perspectives of the authors complement the book's practical and user-friendly approach.

Introduction to Supervision
Focus Questions
Introduction
Supervision Defined
The Evolution of Supervision
The Goals of Supervision
Objectives for the Supervisee
Perspectives on Supervision
Bob Haynes's Personal Perspective
Jerry Corey's Personal Perspective
Patrice Moulton's Personal Perspective
Summary
Suggested Activities
Roles and Responsibilities of Supervisors
Focus Questions
Introduction
Role of the Supervisor
Teacher
Mentor
Consultant
Counselor
Sounding Board
Adviser
Administrator
Evaluator
Recorder and Documenter
Empowerer
The Scope of Responsibility in Supervision
Responsibilities of the Supervisor
Teaching Supervisees How to Use Supervision Effectively
Assisting Supervisees in Taking an Active Role in Fieldwork Experiences
Summary
Suggested Activities
The Supervisory Relationship
Focus Questions
Introduction
Personal and Interpersonal Issues in Supervision
Supervisor-Supervisee Relationship
Power and Authority
Parallel Process
Personhood
Characteristics That Facilitate or Hinder the Supervision Process
Supervisor Characteristics
Supervisee Characteristics
Conflicts Between Supervisor and Supervisee
Challenges for Supervisees
Dealing with Doubts and Fears
Identifying Unresolved Personal Problems
Avoiding the Role of Problem Solver
Identifying Countertransference
Respecting Diverse Value Systems
Challenging Yourself
Challenges for Supervisors
Supervisee Anxiety
Supervisee Reactions to Client Failures
Summary
Suggested Activities
Methods of Supervision
Focus Questions
Introduction
Supervision Formats
Individual Supervision
Group Supervision
Dynamics of Group Supervision
Initial Stage
Transition Stage
Working Stage
Ending Stage
Value of Group Supervision
Methods Used in Supervision
Case Consultation
Co-Therapy
Live Observation
Videotaping
Audiotaping
Computer-Assisted and Online Techniques
Role Play and Role Reversal
Modeling and Demonstration
Coaching
Methods Using Written Information
Methods Based on Psychotherapy Models
Homework
What Supervisors Say to Supervisees
Other Considerations Regarding Supervision Methods
Summary
Suggested Activities
Models of Supervision
Focus Questions
Introduction
Understanding Models of Supervision
Developmental Models
Psychotherapy-Based Models
Psychodynamic Model
Person-Centered Model
Cognitive-Behavioral Model
Family Therapy Model
Feminist Model
Integrative Models
Discrimination Model
Systems Approach to Supervision
Additional Integrative Models of Supervision
Developing Your Own Model of Supervision
Summary
Suggested Activities
Becoming a Multiculturally Competent Supervisor
Focus Questions
Introduction
Defining Multiculturalism
Practicing Multicultural Supervision Competencies
Explore Racial Dynamics in the Supervisory Relationship
Include Multicultural Competencies in the Supervisory Agreement
Assist Supervisees in Developing Cultural Self-Awareness
Accept Your Limits as a Multicultural Supervisor
Model Cultural Sensitivity
Accept Responsibility to Provide Knowledge Regarding Cultural Diversity
Inform Supervisees About Multicultural Considerations in Assessment
Provide the Opportunity for Multicultural Case Conceptualization
Practice and Promote Culturally Appropriate Interventions
Provide and Model Social Advocacy
Acquiring Multicultural Competencies in Supervision
Assessing Multicultural Competencies in Supervision
Summary
Suggested Activities
Ethical Issues and Multiple Relationships
Focus Questions
Introduction
Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision
The Supervisor's Roles and Responsibilities
The Impact of Negative Supervisory Events
Modeling Confidentiality
Teaching Supervisees How to Make Ethical Decisions
Competence of Supervisors
Journey Toward Competence
Incompetent or Impaired Supervisors
Incompetent or Impaired Supervisees
Multiple Roles and Relationships in the Supervisory Process
Ethical Standards and Multiple Roles and Relationships
Managing Multiple Roles and Relationships
Mentoring
Socializing Between Supervisors and Supervisees
Sexual Attraction in Supervision
Sexual Intimacies Between Supervisor and Supervisee
Sexual Intimacies Between Supervisee and Client
Combining Supervision and Counseling
Changing Roles and Relationships
Summary
Suggested Activities
Legal Issues in Supervision
Focus Questions
Introduction
Legal Primer
Standard of Care
Statutory Liability
Negligence
Negligent Liability
Vicarious Liability
Direct Liability
Privileged Communication
Duties to Warn, Protect, and Report
Risk Management
Don't Supervise Beyond Your Competence
Evaluate and Monitor Supervisees' Competence
Be Available for Supervision Consistently
Formulate a Sound Supervision Contract
Maintain Written Policies
Document All Supervisory Activities
Consult with Appropriate Professionals
Maintain Working Knowledge of Ethics Codes, Legal Statutes, and Licensing Regulations
Use Multiple Methods of Supervision
Practice a Feedback and Evaluation Plan
Purchase and Verify Professional Liability Insurance Coverage
Evaluate and Screen All Clients Under Supervisee's Care
Establish a Policy for Ensuring Confidentiality
Incorporate Informed Consent in Practice
Summary
Suggested Activities
Sample Forms Used by Students in Clinical Psychology Practicums
Managing Crisis Situations
Focus Questions
Introduction
A Framework for Managing Crisis Situations in Supervision
Understanding Specific Crisis Situations
Suicide and Suicide Attempts
Personal Threats by Clients
School Violence
Witnessing Disasters and Violent Events
Coping with Personal Crises
Summary
Suggested Activities
Evaluation in Supervision
Focus Questions
Introduction
Essential Features of Evaluation
Objective Versus Subjective Evaluation
Standardization of Methods
Criteria for Evaluation
Organization of Evaluation
Due Process
Long-Term Consequences of Evaluations
Empowering the Supervisee to Conduct Self-Evaluation
Evaluation of the Supervisor
Ethical and Legal Ramifications of Conducting Evaluations
Guidelines for Conducting Evaluations
Concerns of Supervisors
Concerns of Supervisees
Methods of Evaluation
Individual and Group Evaluation
Written Evaluation
Evaluation of Direct Observation
Objective Evaluation Tools
Writing Letters of Recommendation
Test Your Evaluation Skills
Summary
Suggested Activities
Becoming an Effective Supervisor
Focus Questions
Introduction
Qualities of the Ideal Supervisor
Graduate Student Perspectives
Supervisor Perspectives
Struggles as Supervisors
Our Thoughts on Becoming an Effective Supervisor
Finding Your Own Style as a Supervisor
Where Can You Go from Here?
Summary
Suggested Activities
References and Suggested Readings
Name Index
Subject Index

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