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Special Issue Supervisee Perspectives of Supervision Processes

2020, Volume 30, Issue 1 (March)


 

Introduction to the special issue: Supervisee perspectives of supervision processes.  pp. 1-8.  Callahan, Jennifer L.; Love, Patrick, K.

 

Clinical supervision in forensic psychiatry in India.  pp. 9-15. Aggarwal, Pankhuri; Bhatia, Pankhuri. 

 

Supervision in interprofessional education: Benefits, challenges, and lessons learned.  pp. 16-24. Bedford, Shannon; Repa, Lilly; Renouf, Alysha.

 

Have a seat: Supervisee perspectives on using chair-based role plays in clinical supervision. pp. 25-35. Bird, Brian M.; Jonnson, Melissa R. 

 

To disclose or not to disclose: Examining supervisor actions related to self-disclosure in supervision. pp. 36-43. Boyle, Sarah L.; Kenny, Therese E.

 

Trainee’s perspective of reciprocal vulnerability and boundaries in supervision. pp. 44-51. Contrastano, Christina M.

 

Who’s afraid of the big bad unconscious: Working with countertransference in training. pp. 52-59. Cucco, Elena.

 

Trainee perspectives on relational cultural therapy and cultural competency in supervision of trauma cases. pp. 60-66. Gómez, Jennifer M.

 

Disclosure and felt security in clinical supervision. pp. 67-75. Guttman, Leah E.

 

LGBQ-affirming and non-affirming supervision: Perspectives from a queer trainee. pp. 76-83. Hagler, Matthew A.

 

What would be most helpful for us to talk about? Trainee perspectives on culturally effective supervision in the USA and India. pp. 84-92. Jain, Anjali; Aggarwal, Pankhuri.

 

Attachment dynamics in the supervisory relationship: Becoming your own good supervisor. pp. 93-101. Mammen, Micah A.

 

Skillful use of developmental supervision. pp. 102-107. Poncy, George.

 

Structured peer group supervision: A safe space to grow. pp. 108-114. Schumann, Nicholas R.; Farmer, Nicole M.; Shreve, Melissa M.; Corley, Angelia M.

 
Camera, camera on the wall: Supervisee reflections of reviewing video-recorded sessions. pp. 115-121. Simon, Arvin S.

 
Responding to inappropriate client sexual behaviors: Perspectives on effective supervision.  pp. 122-129. Thompson, Sarah M.


Women’s experiences of supervision and professional development. pp. 130-139. Valmas, Mary M.; Himrich, Stephany J.; Finn, Kate M.

 
Relational cultural supervision enhances the professional development of postdoctoral residents of color in health service psychology.  pp. 140-146. Williams, Tiffany R.; Raney, Shonali.

 
Power, powerlessness, and the parallel process. pp. 147-154. Williams Kapten, Sophia.


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