Supervisory Relationships in Counseling Research Paper by writingsensation

Supervisory Relationships in Counseling
An analysis of the role of supervision in the counseling process.
# 68970 | 950 words | 12 sources | MLA | 2006 | US
Published on Sep 25, 2006 in Psychology (General)


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Description:

This paper examines the impact evaluation has on supervisor and supervisee relationships within the counseling profession. In particular, the paper attempts to uncover what role, if any, proper evaluation and quality supervisor and supervisee relationships have on a supervisee's ability to achieve a positive client outcome. The paper also examines evidence that supports better evaluation techniques as a means of improving supervisee skill attainment and development.

Outline:
Quality of Supervisory Relationship in Counseling
How Supervisory Relationship Impacts Quality Counseling
Enhancing the Evaluation Process To Benefit Supervisor and Supervisee
Conclusions

From the Paper:

"There are many approaches to investigating the role of supervisor and supervisee. Jones (2001) notes that supervisors and supervisees should consider their roles and responsibilities "outside supervision and how these influence the supervision relationship" (43). Further Jones notes that it is important that supervisors work constructively with supervisees to maintain the integrity of their relationship. In times of old much of the reporting done on supervisor relationships tended to focus on self-reported behaviors both from supervisors and supervisees (Clark, et. al, 2003)."

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"Supervisory Relationships in Counseling" 25 September 2006. Web. 28 November. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/research-paper/supervisory-relationships-in-counseling-68970/>

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