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Supervision: Four Experts Weigh In



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Description:
The following questions will be addressed: (1) How is the relationship between the supervisor and supervisee fundamental to effective supervision? (2)What were the supervision challenges you experienced?(3)If you had to name a few roles that are imperative to effective supervision, what would those be and why?(4)Why is having a model of supervision so important?(5)Would you be willing to discuss the role of conflict in supervision? (6)Describe some of the more common supervision methods utilized in supervision. How can a supervisor decide which methods to use?(7)What can supervisees or trainees do if they suspect that their supervisor is impaired?(8)What are some critical ethical issues in group supervision? (9)When you were a trainee, how was supervision instrumental in your professional development? How has this impacted the approach you use as a supervisor today?(10)What are some of the key considerations when evaluating a supervisee?(11)What, if anything may lessen the inherent anxiety in the supervisory process?(12)How can multiple roles and relationships best be managed in the supervisory process?



Objectives:

  1. Summarize the basic tenets of Supervision
  2. Determine how important the relationship is between the Supervisor and Supervisee
  3. Summarize conflicts and anxiety that might be present in any Supervisor/Supervisee relationship



Source:
Podcast - HT023

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Category: Podcast

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  • 1.00 - NBCC
  • 1.00 - CRCC
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