Supervision Essentials for the Integrative Developmental Model

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by Brian W. McNeill, Cal D. Stoltenberg
Some clinicians use a simple master-apprentice approach to supervision; others utilize tools from their preferred model of psychotherapy. In this warm and engaging text, Brian McNeil and Cal Stoltenberg offer supervisors and trainees a different approach: their integrated developmental model of supervision. This empirically-tested model incorporates elements of cognitive models, schema development, skill development, interpersonal influence, and social intelligence alongside models of human development to create a truly eclectic and well-regarded approach to clinical supervision.

The authors describe a proven supervisory model of tracking therapists development across all skill levels and theoretical orientations. Students and trainees are evaluated across domains including intervention skills competence, assessment techniques, interpersonal assessment, client conceptualization, individual differences, theoretical orientation, treatment plans and goals, and professional ethics. The authors provide clear guidelines for supervisee progression, from the initial levels highly motivated trainees who are highly dependent on the supervisor to more advanced supervisees, who are better attuned to individual differences in clients and seek more sophisticated clinical responses, all the way to master level therapists.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781433821417
Publisher: American Psychological Association
Publication date: 12/14/2015

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