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(p. 143) Competence in Supervision 

(p. 143) Competence in Supervision
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(p. 143) Competence in Supervision
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Jairo N. Fuertes

, Arnold R. Spokane

, and Elizabeth Holloway

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195386448.003.0008
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date: 16 July 2019

Chapter 8 discusses competence in supervision, which is a relational approach to teaching the highly complex skills of therapeutic practice, and it focuses on training, those practice hours that are required to be supervised by a licensed psychologist in order to complete training for professional psychology licensure. It also discusses how supervision is a method of teaching practice that links the foundational knowledge and skills of the field to professional activities and guides the individual supervisee through the learning progression from neophyte practitioner to entry-level professional, and that although the requirement for supervision ends at the completion of the postdoctoral internship in the United States, in the European Union and Australia/New Zealand, consultative supervision is required throughout one’s professional career.

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