Supervising or mentoring an individual who is new to your profession can be a fantastic journey, but it can also be time consuming and challenging. Guide to Clinical Supervision provides the tools, tips, and strategies needed to navigate the complex nature of the supervisory process. Graphic organizers provide quick and easy displays of complex, dynamic processes.
This straightforward guide summarizes several evidence-based supervisory models and supervisory styles. The reader is given a treasure of easy-to-use resources including:
- Reproducible forms for summative and formative feedback and self-reflection for the supervisee
- Tips for establishing a positive tone
- Guidelines for when to direct, coach, support, or delegate
- Strategies for navigating mindset differences
- Assistance plans designed to help the supervisor and supervisee resolve difficult issues
- Tools for using effective communication skills (like active listening, perspective-taking, reframing, brainstorming, and problem solving)
- And so much more . . .
This amazing guide is appropriate for all healthcare, clinical, educational, and helping professions. It is applicable to supervisors of college students-in-training as well as cooperating clinicians who supervise clinical fellows, interns, externs, or new employees. Guide to Clinical Supervision is a must-have, user friendly resource that is sure to facilitate success.
|Age Group||Pre-K, Elementary, Secondary, Transition, Older Adult|
|Subject||Professional Development, Professional Resources|
|Number of Pages||Spiralbound 106 pages|
|PDF CD Included||Yes|
|Author||Angela Sterling-Orth, MS, CCC-SLP; Trici Schraeder, MS, CCC-SLP; and Ginevra Courtade, PhD|