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Client sexual advances may be a common occurrence in therapy, yet there is little information available with strategies for managing them. In hope of initiating a dialogue, five female therapists’ experiences were examined for possible insights. Informal semi-structured interviews provided data...
Two sides to the coin: An exploration of helpful and hindering supervision events contributing to psychologist competenceDownload
Clinical supervision is one of the most important aspects of a trainee’s development as a professional psychologist, as it fosters the refinement of knowledge and skills necessary for competent and ethical practice (Falender & Shafranske, 2010). It combines teaching, consulting, and supporting...
How Highly Effective Psychotherapy Supervisors Supervise: A Longitudinal Study of Supervisees’ ExperiencesDownload
The supervision of pre-professional psychologists is a mandated and essential training process. Supervisors have two overarching roles: (a) they are gatekeepers to the profession, protecting the public from incompetent psychologists and (b) they are providers of essential training to...