Journal of Human Services
As the use of technology increases, there are more opportunities for students and human service professionals to participate in education and supervision remotely. Distance supervision has become increasingly popular in the field of human services, providing educators and practitioners with new methods of professional communication. However, the use of technology in supervision also poses unique challenges for human service professionals and requires additional ethical considerations. The following will address the above points as well as review both asynchronous and synchronous delivery methods for distance learning supervision and their utility for providing supervision in the field of human services.
Original Publication Citation
Carlisle, R. M., Carlisle, K. L., Hill, T., Kirk-Jenkins, A. J., & Polychronopoulos, G. B. (2013). Distance supervision in human services. Journal of Human Services, 33(1), 17-28.
Carlisle, Robert M.; Carlisle, Kristy; Kirk-Jenkins, Andrea J.; Hill, Tara; and Polychronopoulos, Gina B., "Distance Supervision in Human Services" (2013). Counseling & Human Services Faculty Publications. 27.