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(p. 51) Training, Supervision, and Quality Assurance 

(p. 51) Training, Supervision, and Quality Assurance
(p. 51) Training, Supervision, and Quality Assurance

Eric Stice

, Paul Rohde

, and Heather Shaw

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date: 18 January 2021

Various training models can be effective, and the optimal training approach depends on the availability of experienced group leaders and other resources (e.g., supervisors). Ongoing supervision can be very helpful and enhance the training experience, which can occur via email, telephone, or face-to-face meetings. Recording the intervention sessions is recommended for supervision and quality assurance monitoring, as well as to enhance dissonance induction. With appropriate screening procedures, excellent group leaders can be recruited, trained, and supervised to maximize the success of Body Project groups. We have found that most facilitators with whom we have worked have expressed an enthusiastic interest in continuing to deliver the intervention.

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