College

Darden College of Education & Professional Studies

Department

Counseling and Human Services

Program

Counselor Education and Supervision

Publication Date

4-2021

Abstract

Counselors are increasingly required to work in diverse and multicultural settings and within interprofessional and multi-professional teams (Schmit et al., 2018). For counselors to work effectively with professionals from other disciplines, they need training in collaborative competencies that include knowledge of each professions’ roles, responsibilities, and expertise (Arthur & Russell-Mayhew, 2010). Arthur and Russell-Mayhew identified supervision as possible leverage to support counselors in acquiring competencies to learn with and from other disciplines. However, there is limited research on how supervision supports health professionals, particularly counselors, in an interdisciplinary team (Owens et al., 1999). Therefore, the purpose of this study is to explore the perceived supervision needs of counselors in training (CITs) working in interprofessional settings to contribute to the gap in the literature.

Keywords

Clinical supervision, Interprofessional settings, Supervisees’ need

Disciplines

Counselor Education

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Preparing Counselors in Training to Work within Interdisciplinary Settings: What Are Supervisee’s Needs from Supervision


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