101883: The New Handbook of Counseling Supervision

About the Course:

This course provides new to intermediate skill level supervisors with information covering a wide range of supervisory issues related to the field of counseling. The course covers developing roles, models of supervisions, ethics, technology, and evaluation. This course will provide counseling supervisors with an overall framework for counseling supervision.


Lahaska Press

Publication Date:



L. Dianne Borders & Lori L. Brown

Recommended For:

This is basic to intermediate course material for Licensed Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists, Psychologists,and Social workers who engage in the practice of counseling supervision.

Course Objectives:

  1. Clarify responsibilities of counseling supervisors within the supervisory relationship.

  2. Identify models of counseling supervision and related concepts.

  3. Explain concepts of utilizing technology for assisting in counseling supervision.

  4. Demonstrate appropriate interventions for use in counseling supervision.

  5. Illustrate basic concepts of group counseling supervision.

  6. Identify the roles, responsibilities, and objectives of both counseling supervisees and counseling supervisors.

  7. Identify and describe ethical issues encountered during counseling supervision.

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