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(p. 139) Supervision and Teaching 

(p. 139) Supervision and Teaching
(p. 139) Supervision and Teaching

Alfred J. Finch

, John E. Lochman

, W. Michael Nelson III

, and Michael C. Roberts

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date: 12 July 2020

Chapter 7 discusses two competency areas that are important for some, but not all, clinical child and adolescent psychologists, which are providing clinical supervision to trainees or subordinate employees, and teaching students and trainees in college, university, or other educational settings. Depending on psychologists' work settings, they may be expected to spend some of their professional time in these activities, and it covers how the clinical child and adolescent psychologist will be placed in the role of providing information and facilitating learning, and in both cases there is a relationship between an authority figure (the psychologist) and a mentee (the clinical trainee or student) that must be carefully managed. It also addresses these two areas of professional activity, with reference to models of supervision and teaching, and to research on these topics.

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