Counselors are at different stages of professional development. Thus, regardless of the model of supervision you choose, you must take into account the supervisee’s level of training, experience, and proficiency. Different supervisory approaches are appropriate for counselors at different stages of development. An understanding of the supervisee’s (and supervisor’s) developmental needs is an essential ingredient for any model of supervision.
- Explain the responsibilities of Clinical Supervisors in Program Development and Quality Assurance.
- Develop and implement the new programs or services at your agency.
- Explain evaluating Quality Assurance Policies.
- Discuss lowering the stress of the clinical supervisor and empower them to assist others through clinical supervision.
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