Training Graduate Students to Be Clinical Supervisors: A Survey of Canadian Professional Psychology Programmes
Hadjistavropoulos, Heather, Kehler, Melissa, Hadjistavropoulos, Thomas, Canadian Psychology
Recognising the need for training in clinical supervision, the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) requires that accredited professional psychology programmes offer graduate students training in supervision. To fill a gap in the existing supervision literature, we surveyed training directors (or designates) of CPA accredited clinical and counselling programmes to understand how this training standard is currently being met in the area of clinical supervision. Responses were obtained from 20 of 28 programmes (7 1 .4% response rate). Approximately 50% of respondents indicated that their programmes required some coursework related to clinical supervision, with wide variability, however, …
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Publication information: Article title: Training Graduate Students to Be Clinical Supervisors: A Survey of Canadian Professional Psychology Programmes. Contributors: Hadjistavropoulos, Heather - Author, Kehler, Melissa - Author, Hadjistavropoulos, Thomas - Author. Journal title: Canadian Psychology. Volume: 51. Issue: 3 Publication date: August 2010. Page number: 206+. © Canadian Psychological Association Aug 1996. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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