Fundamentals of clinical supervision


    • Bernard, Janine M.
    • Goodyear, Rodney K.


Fundamentals of clinical supervision

Janine M. Bernard, Rodney K. Goodyear

Allyn and Bacon, c1998

2nd ed

  • : hard

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes



This is a comprehensive, interdisciplinary text on clinical supervision. Due to the overlap of the mental health disciplines and of supervision modalities, the authors have integrated psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy, and social work contributions into the central themes that dominate the study and practice of clinical supervision. This text does not adhere to any single approach to supervision but reviews all leading models and interventions, offering informed appraisals of each. Bernard and Goodyear offer a comprehensive look at the supervision relationship that must develop if supervision is to be successful. In doing so, the text serves as a valuable resource for the scholar as well as the practitioner. Finally, the authors also address the professional issues of ethical and legal concerns, evaluation, and establishing a productive context for supervision; the practice issues of supervisor training and development; and the research issues affecting both the study and practice of supervision. Appendices offer additional resources. These include materials to assist the readers in training supervisors. They also include selected instruments that might be used by supervision researchers and practitioners.


All chapters close with "Conclusion." 1.The Importance, Scope, and Definition of Clinical Supervision. Clinical Supervision in the Preparation of Mental Health Professionals. Supervision Defined. Supervision Goals. Metaphors That Implicitly Define Supervision. 2.Supervision Models and Theories. Theory in Clinical Supervision. Psychotherapy Theory-Based Supervision. Developmental Approaches to Supervision. Social Role Supervision Models. Eclectic and Integrationist Models. 3.The Supervisory Relationship: The Influence of Individual and Developmental Differences. The Uniqueness of Two Persons in a Relationship. Belief Systems. Cultural Differences. Developmental Differences. Implications of Developmental Differences for Supervision. Personal and Interpersonal Styles. 4.The Supervisory Relationship: Processes and Issues. Section One: Supervision as a Three (or more) Person System. Section Two: Supervision as a Two-Person System-Supervisor and Supervisee. Supervisor and Supervisee. Section Three: Supervisee as a Source of Variance in the Supervisory Relationship. Section Four: Supervisor as a Source of Variance in the Supervisory Relationship. Terminating Supervisory Relationships. 5.Supervision Interventions: Individual Supervision. Initial Criteria for Choosing Interventions. Structured versus Unstructured Interventions. Methods, Forms, and Techniques of Supervision. 6.Supervision Interventions: Group Supervision. Group Supervision Defined. Advantages and Limitation of Supervising in Groups. Between-Supervisee Issues and Processes. More General Tasks of the Supervisor: Challenging and Supporting. More Specific Tasks and Foci of the Supervisor. Group Stages and Processes. Peer Group Supervision. A Procedure for Supervisee Assessment and Feedback. 7.Supervision Interventions: Live Supervision. Methods of Live Supervision. The Live Supervision Intervention. Presession Planning and Postsession Debriefing. Implementing Live Supervision. Advantages and Disadvantages. Team Supervision. Research Results and Questions. Live Supervision in Different Contexts. 8.Evaluation. Criteria for Evaluation. Favorable Conditions for Evaluation. The Process of Evaluation. Additional Evaluation Issues. 9.Ethical and Legal Considerations. Major Legal Issues for Clinical Supervisors. Major Ethical Issues for Clinical Supervisors. Ethical Decision Making. 10.Managing Clinical Supervision. Understanding Organizational Context. Importance of Managerial Competence. Training Systems. The Essential Ingredient: A Supervision Plan. The University Supervisor. The Field Site Supervisor. Tasks Common to All Clinical Supervisors. Working Toward Managerial Competence. 11.The Training and Development of Supervisors. Supervisor Development Models. Training and Supervising Supervisors. 12.Supervision Research Issues, Directions, and Methods. Issues and Directions for Supervision Research. Methodological Considerations in Supervision Research. References. Appendix A: Standards for Preparation and Practice of Counseling Supervisors. Appendix B: Ethical Guidelines for Clinical Supervisors. Appendix C: Supervision Instruments. Appendix D: Structured Workshop in Clinical Supervision. Name Index. Subject Index.

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