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Integrating a Developmental Supervision Model With the Adaptive Supervision in Counselor Training Model
Tiffany K. Lee
The behaviors displayed and statements articulated during supervision are a function of the supervisee’s current stage of development (Loganbill, Hardy, & Delworth, 1982). The various forms of supervisee resistance often result when the supervisory style does not match the supervisee’s readiness level or developmental stage (Rando, 2001). By integrating the use of the Loganbill et al. Developmental Model and the Adaptive Supervision in Counselor Training Model, supervisors can potentially (a) reduce the amount of resistance presented during supervision, (b) facilitate supervisee readiness, and (c) assist supervisees to progress to the next developmental stage.