Description: In this chapter, we describe some of the more common supervision methods. Clinical supervision is a rapidly expanding field, and a number of supervision methods have been developed. Some methods provide a general approach to supervising, and others involve specifi c techniques. Some methods have been borrowed from psychotherapy techniques; others have been developed specifi cally for supervising. We refer to both the methods and the techniques of supervision as supervision methods.
Assess your command of supervision methods
Determine the pros and cons of individual versus group supervision methods
Distinguish methods for use with supervisees at different levels of development
Source: Clinical Supervision in the Helping Professions: A Practical Guide, Second edition by Gerald Corey, Robert Haynes, Patrice Moulton, Michelle Muratori
Professor Emeritus of Human Services and Counseling,
California State University, Fullerton