The standard for clinical supervision.
Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision, 5/e offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary presentation that makes it the most highly cited publication in the field. Addressing essential topics for supervisors, it has earned a reputation as an authoritative resource for anyone seeking certification as an Approved Clinical Supervisor.
Emphasizing central themes from a variety of mental health professions, the book covers supervision models, supervision modalities, administrative issues and professional concerns. This Fifth Edition covers the latest research, more on second-generation models of supervision, a new section on triadic supervision, and the latest on technology. Its one-of-a-kind supervision toolkit, scholarly approach, and topic coverage sets the book apart.
BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I Introduction and General Approaches to Supervision 1
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Clinical Supervision 2
CHAPTER 2 Supervision Models 21
PART II Dimensions of the Supervision Relationship 63
CHAPTER 3 Processes and Issues of the Supervisory Triad and Dyad 64
CHAPTER 4 Supervisee and Supervisor Factors Affecting the Relationship 86
CHAPTER 5 Multicultural Supervision 107
PART III The Delivery of Clinical Supervision 131
CHAPTER 6 Organizing the Supervision Experience 132
CHAPTER 7 Individual Supervision 153
CHAPTER 8 Group Supervision 180
CHAPTER 9 Live Supervision 200
PART IV Professional Responsibilities of Clinical Supervisors 221
CHAPTER 10 Evaluation 222
CHAPTER 11 Ethical and Legal Foundations for Supervision Practice 252
PART V Promoting the Specialty of Clinical Supervision Through Training and Research 281
CHAPTER 12 Teaching and Researching Supervision 282
The Supervisor’s Toolbox 304
About the Authors:
Janine Bernard is Professor of Counseling and Counselor Education at Syracuse University. She is also a Fellow of the American Counseling Association and has received ACA’s Arthur A. Hitchcock Award for professional service. She is a former Board member and Chair of the National Board for Certified Counselors. She has been involved with CACREP, the accreditation body for counseling programs for over 25 years. In addition to her writing on the topic of clinical supervision, she has presented workshops and delivered plenary addresses in Europe, Asia, and Australia, as well as throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Rodney Goodyear is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association and of the American Educational Research Association. Currently at the University of Redlands, he is a University of Southern California Emeritus Professor, having directed the USC counseling psychology program for 20 years. He has served on APA’s Continuing Education Committee and its Commission on Accreditation and has received the Council of Counseling Psychology Training Programs’ Award for Lifetime Contributions to Education and Training in Counseling Psychology. He served the American Counseling Association as Editor of its flagship journal, the Journal of Counseling and Development. He has just completed an appointment with Yonsei University as a Fulbright-Yonsei Distinguished Lecturer.