Clinical Supervision in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling Principles, Models, Methods

ISBN-10: 0787940747
ISBN-13: 9780787940744
Edition: 1993
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Description: Alcohol and drug counselling has been a major growth industry since the 1960s. This book applies the latest knowledge on supervision to the substance abuse field.

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Book details

List price: $32.00
Copyright year: 1993
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 1/14/1998
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 6.14" wide x 9.29" long x 0.88" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Alcohol and drug counselling has been a major growth industry since the 1960s. This book applies the latest knowledge on supervision to the substance abuse field.

Introduction
The Need for Professionalism in Supervisory Trainingand Practice
Consequences of Inadequate Supervisory Training
Factors Placing a Premium on Quality Supervision
Benefits of Supervision: The Experience of the Clinical Perceptorship Program
The Content and Organization of This Book
Principles
A Historical Review of Supervision
Tradirional Definitions
Legal Definitions
Administrative Definitions
Clinical Definitions
Toward a Working Definition
A Working Definition of Supervision
The Blended Definition of Supervision
The Four Foci of Supervision
Summary
Leadership Principles for Supervisors
Leadership, Management, and Supervision
The New Organizational Context
Leadership Qualities in the New Organizational Context
Servant Leadership
Stakeholders
The New Work Environment
Making It Work
Traits of an Effective Clinical Supervisor
The Two Essential QualitiesLearning Objectives
Models
Building a Model of Clinical Supervision
Blueprint for a Model
Philisophical Foundation
Descriptive Dimensions
Stage of Development
Contextual Factors
The BlAnded Model in Historical Perspective
A Developmental Approach to Supervision
Roots of the Developmental Appraoch
Developmenatal Models of Supervision: An Overview
Stoltenberg and Delworth2s Integrated Developmental Approach
Application of the Developmental Perspective
The Psychodynamic Model
Psychodynamically Oriented Definitions of Supervision
Methods in Psychodynamic Supervision
Selection of Patients for Supervision
Counselor Development from a Psychodynamic Perspective
Current Directions in Psychodynamically Oriented Supervision
The Skills Model
Basic Tenets
Methods of Supervision
The Task Oriented Model
Family Therapy Models
Systems theory
Structural Supervision
Strategic Supervision
The Contribution of Family Therapy to Supervision
A BlAnded Model of Clinical Supervision for the Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Field
What is Substance Abuse?
The Twelve Steps of recovery
The Minnesota Model of Treatment
Philisophical Foundation of the BlAnded Model
Descriptive Dimensions
Methods
Establishing a Supervisory Contract
AgAnda for the Initial Session
Getting to Know the Supervisee
Goals of Supervision
The Individual Development Plan
Assessing the Learning Environment of Supervision
Basic Supervisory Techniques
The Context of Supervision
Methods of Observation
Special Supervisory Environments
Case Presentations
Role Playing, Role Modeling, and Demonstration
Feedback and Intervention
The Content of Supervision
Evaluation and Feedback
Determining Skill Levels
Dealing with Anxiety
Standards of Evaluation: Overcoming Bias
Gudelines for Useful Feedback
Counseling Individuals Out of the Profession
Instruments for Counselor Assessmnet
Instruments for Supervisor Assessment
Innovative techniques in Supervision
Philosophy as Material for Supervision
Effective Questions
Solution-Focused Supervision
In Vivo Supervision
Assuming the Supervisory Role
Ethical and Legal Concerns
Dual Relationships
Professional Credibility
Evaluation
Respect
Informed Consent
Confidentiality
Supervisee EthicsLegal Liability for Supervisors
Special Issues in Supervision
Contextual Factors
GAnder as a Factor in Supervision
Ethnicity as a Factor in Supervision
Working Within the System
Resistant Counselors: Age and Recovery Issues
The Impaired Counselor
An Ever-Expanding Context
Directions for the Future
Patients, Programs, and Priorities to the Year 2000
The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Professional to the Year 2000
Training and Supervision Needs to the Year 2000
Conclusion
Appendixes
Competencies of Supervisors
Role Delineation Study for Clinical Supervisors
Assessing One2s Preparation As A Clinical Supervisor
Determining Readiness to Be a Supervisor
Counselor Evaluation of the Supervisor
Counselor Evaluati

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