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IDM Supervision An Integrative Developmental Model for Supervising Counselors and Therapists, Third Edition

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ISBN-10: 0805858253

ISBN-13: 9780805858259

Edition: 3rd 2010

Authors: Cal D. Stoltenberg, Brian W. McNeill

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Book details

List price: $46.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 9/25/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 320
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

Series Preface
Theoretical Foundations
Cognitive Models
Cognitive Processing
Schema Development and Refinement
Skill Development
Expert Versus Novice
Interpersonal Influence and Social Intelligence
Motivation
Models of Human Development
An Overview of the IDM
Overarching Structures and Specific Domains
Overriding Structures
Specific Domains
Structures Across Levels of Therapist Development
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 3i (Integrative)
Interaction of Structures and Domains
The Level 1 Therapist
The Level 2 Therapist
The Level 3 Therapist
The Level 3i Therapist
The Level 1 Therapist
The Entry-Level Trainee
Learning and Cognition
Motivations for Entering the Field
Advanced Supervisees
Level 1 Structures
Self- and Other-Awareness
Motivation
Autonomy
Structures Across Domains
Intervention Skills Competence
Assessment Techniques
Interpersonal Assessment
Client Conceptualization
Individual Differences
Theoretical Orientation
Treatment Plans and Goals
Professional Ethics
Supervising the Level 1 Therapist
General Considerations
Client Assignment
Interventions
Supervisory Mechanisms
Final Considerations
Sublevel 1 Trainees
Other Considerations
Transition Issues
The Level 2 Therapist
Learning and Cognition
Level 2 Structures
Self- and Other-Awareness
Autonomy
Motivation
Interaction of Domains and Structures
Intervention Skills Competence
Assessment Techniques
Interpersonal Assessment
Client Conceptualization
Individual Differences
Theoretical Orientation
Treatment Plans and Goals
Professional Ethics
Supervising the Level 2 Therapist
Therapeutic Adolescence
Client Assignment
Supervisor Interventions
Normalizing the Level 2 Experience
Supervisory Mechanisms
Transitional Issues
The Level 3 Therapist
Constraints on Supervision
Learning and Cognition
Level 3 Structures
Self- and Other-Awareness
Motivation
Autonomy
Structures Across Domains
Intervention Skills Competence
Assessment Techniques
Interpersonal Assessment
Client Conceptualization
Individual Differences
Theoretical Orientation
Treatment Plans and Goals
Professional Ethics
Supervising the Level 3 Therapist
General Considerations
Client Assignment
Interventions
Supervisory Mechanisms
Beyond Levels
The Supervisory Relationship
Theory and Research in Supervisory Relationships
Supervisory Relationships Across Levels
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Supervisory Relationships With Diverse Therapists
Nuts and Bolts of Supervision
Supervision Standards
Who Can Supervise?
What Constitutes an Acceptable Activity?
Documentation and Formats
Supervisor Responsibilities
Enhancing General Skill Development
Scientist-Practitioner Methods of Supervision
Supervisee Qualities
Supervision Plan
Evaluation
Setting the Stage in Initial Sessions
Supervisee Assessment and Evaluation
Therapeutic Effectiveness of Supervisees
Qualitative Assessment across Domains
Methods of Assessment
Work Samples
Supervisee Perceptions
Supervisor Perceptions
Providing Therapist Feedback
Group Supervision
Supervision Across Settings
The Supervision-in-Context Model
Components
Function
Utility
Settings
Challenges of Managed Care
Supervisor Development and Training
Levels of Supervisor Development
Level 1
Level 2
Level 3
Level 3i
Recommendations for Supervisor Training
Conceptual and Didactic Training
Experiential Training
Supervisor Assessment
Supervision in Field Settings
Ethical and Legal Issues
Ethical Codes and Guidelines
Ethical Knowledge and Behavior
Competence
Professional Competencies
Competence to Supervise
Additional Ethical and Legal Concerns
Personal Functioning
Implications for Specific Levels
A Qualitative Examination of the IDM
Empirical Evidence of Counselor Development
The Intent of the Study
Our Method
What We Found
Support for the Model
Intervention Skills Competence
Interpersonal Assessment
Theoretical Orientation
Limited Support for the Model
Treatment Plans and Goals
Individual Differences
Discussion
Epilogue
Case Conceptualization Format
Practicum Competencies Outline: Overview
Supervisee Information Form
References
Index