Authors...

Dr. Michael Baltimore and Dr. Lori Brown created this DVD-ROM and Manual to aid in the training of clinical supervisors. It is important that participants use the training manual to further their understanding of clinical supervision by fully participating in the use of the DVD and the exercises made available. The exercises in the training manual support the continuation of the concepts and principles first presented on the DVD. Further, by using the exercises, the journaling experiences, and taking an active role in the individual and group exercises, the participant will experience a more complete training program. Each chapter in the training manual corresponds to a chapter on the DVD. An exercise bar located at the bottom of each page on the DVD will provide the participant with the location by page and activity and the point to begin the work. By working to complete all exercises and reflective questions, the participant furthers their knowledge and begins the preparation toward becoming a clinical supervisor. The participant is referred to references and resources for further study. Using the video clips to practice responses and further competence in building supervisory relationships is a key component of this training program. The time involved is up to the participants and their schedules. It is recommended that the participant take time to fully explore each chapter and training manual materials, returning as needed. Once each training manual chapter is completed, the participant can review any chapter to refresh their learning experience. However, completion of all 16 chapters and familiarity with the additional materials found on the DVD, including web and slideshow presentations, is highly recommended.

  • CST - TABLE OF CONENTS

  • Chapter One Introduction to Supervision
  • Chapter Two Starting to Train
  • Chapter Three The Supervisor’s Perspective
  • Chapter Four Your Experience
  • Chapter Five Defining Supervision
  • Chapter Six Models in Supervision
  • Chapter Seven The Supervisory Relationship
  • Chapter Eight Setting the Stage
  • Chapter Nine Initial Session
  • Chapter Ten Goal Setting
  • Chapter Eleven Process and Practice in Supervision
  • Chapter Twelve Multicultural Issues
  • Chapter Thirteen Group Supervision
  • Chapter Fourteen Ethical and Legal Issues in Supervision
  • Chapter Fifteen Evaluation
  • Chapter Sixteen Termination Scenarios
  • Appendices
  • References