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Clinical supervision

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Clinical supervision is the construction of individualized learning plans for practitioners (supervisees) working with clients. For the supervisor, it involves training and evaluating the supervisee and the quality of services provided to individual clients. Clinical supervision was formally introduced into mainstream nursing almost twenty years ago, but it is now used also in counselling, psychotherapy, and other mental health disciplines as well as many other professions engaged in working with people.

References:

Caverley, Natasha, Seanna Quressette, Blythe C. Shepard and Priya S. Mani, “Emerging Trends.” In Blythe C. Shepard and Priya S. Mani (editors). Career Development Practice in Canada: Perspectives, Principles and Professionalism. Toronto: Canadian Education and Research Institute for Counselling (CERIC), 2014, p.574.

Driscoll, John. “Engaging With Clinical Supervision.” Online: http://www.supervisionandcoaching.com/engaging.html (Retrieved on August 13, 2014)

Hoppin, Judith M. and Jane Goodman. Clinical Supervision of Career Development Practitioners: Practical Strategies. United States: National Career Development Association, 2014.

Leddick, George R.”Models of Clinical Supervision.” ERIC Clearinghouse on Counseling and Student Services. Greensboro, NC. Online: http://www.ericdigests.org/1995-1/models.htm (Retrieved on August 13, 2014)

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