Knowledge of spirituality and religion (S/R) is a competency for counseling students. Inclusion of S/R in counselor education and clinical supervision is on the rise, but programmatic changes around S/R are missing from current literature. The poster will address an initial investigation into the relationship between graduate counseling interns’ perception of their faculty supervisors’ spiritual and religious integration practices in clinical supervision and the students’ perceived spiritual competence.
Core Faculty in Counselor Education and Supervision,
Assistant Professor of Counselor Education,
MidAmerica Nazarene University
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