A cross-disciplinary look at the latest research and effective approaches
Clinical supervision is crucial for learning and provides valuable support and evaluation of expertise and knowledge regardless of the discipline. Supervision in Counseling: Interdisciplinary Issues and Research explores the latest conceptual and empirical research in the pursuit of effective education in counseling across a variety of disciplines. Field instruction and clinical supervision issues are addressed in social work, psychology, counseling and counselor education, nursing, and school psychology. Core elements are examined, including the development of the supervisor-supervisee working alliance and the parallel process in supervision.
Supervision in Counseling: Interdisciplinary Issues and Research takes you beyond the standard narrow view of clinical supervision within a particular discipline, broadly focusing on research and practices that has value in all disciplines. Research and developments on organizational matters, ethical issues, legal issues, evaluation, relationship issues, models of supervision, and other developments are discussed in detail. The book includes helpful tables and figures and is extensively referenced.
Topics in Supervision in Counseling: Interdisciplinary Issues and Research include:
major developments in clinical supervision over the years
a review of research literature in clinical supervision in counseling
the working relationship between supervisor and practitioner
challenges in remaining current in clinical supervision
overview of literature on supervision in psychology
clinical supervision as signature pedagogy for the mental health professions
clinical supervision in nursinginside and outside of the United States
research on field instruction in social work
Supervision in Counseling: Interdisciplinary Issues and Research is an important resource for anyone in the field of clinical supervision in various disciplines, such as social work, psychology, counseling and counselor education, nursing, and school psychology.