First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"…a 'must have' resource for mental health practitioners whose work responsibilities include clinical supervision. Campbell has … created a practical, readable, engaging, hands-on guide for busy clinicians who want to be effective supervisors." -- Barbara Herlihy, PhD, Author of Ethical Standards Casebook
Preface. What is Supervision? What do Supervisors Do? What are the Models of Supervision? What are the Main Methods of Supervision? What is the Role of the Relationship in Supervision? How Does the Supervisor Select Methods and Techniques to Help the Supervisee Grow and Develop? What are the Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Supervision? What is the Role of Multicultural issues in Supervision? What is the Role of Administrative Tasks in Supervision? What is the Role of Personal Development in Supervision? How Does a Supervisor Plan for the First Session? References. Appendices.