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HT023 – Supervision: Four Experts Weigh In
Dr. Gerald Corey, et al.
Speakers: Dr. Gerald Corey is Professor emeritus of Human Services and Counseling at California state university Fullerton. He received his doctorate in counseling from USC. And he is the author of too many books and articles to mention.
Dr. Robert Haynes is a clinical psychologist and a producer of video programs for borderline productions. He received his doctorate from Fuller Graduate School of psychology. He has published a number of training manuals and has produced numerous training videos.
Dr. Patrice Moulton is a professor and graduate faculty at Northwestern State University in Louisiana. She has published in many professional journals, completed many professional book reviews, and co-authored a number of professional books.
Dr. Michelle Muratori is a senior counselor and researcher at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore. She received her doctorate in counselor education from The University of Iowa and has written a number of textbook instructor's manuals.
All four speakers are co-authors of Clinical Supervision in the Helping Professions, 2nd ed.
Among other things, Rebecca Daniel-Burke asks:
- How is the relationship between the supervisor and supervisee fundamental to effective supervision?
- What were the supervision challenges you experienced?
- If you had to name a few roles that are imperative to effective supervision, what would those be and why?
- Why is having a model of supervision so important?
- Would you be willing to discuss the role of conflict in supervision?
- Describe some of the more common supervision methods utilized in supervision. How can a supervisor decide which methods to use?
- What can supervisees or trainees do if they suspect that their supervisor is impaired?
- What are some critical ethical issues in group supervision?
- When you were a trainee, how was supervision instrumental in your professional development? How has this impacted the approach you use as a supervisor today?
- What are some of the key considerations when evaluating a supervisee?
- What, if anything may lessen the inherent anxiety in the supervisory process?
- How can multiple roles and relationships best be managed in the supervisory process?
Running Time: 62:59
Date Recorded: 9/9/10
Email speaker Bob Haynes at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Email host Rebecca Daniel-Burke or speaker Gerald Corey atRDanielBurke@counseling.org
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