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Training for Multi-Cultural Supervision
Training for multi-cultural supervision
Hardin L.K.Coleman

Clinical supervision is the process through which an accomplished or experienced member of a profession oversees the work of a junior member of that profession as he or she develops competence in the core functions of the profession. Ideally supervisors facilitate the supervisee's acquisition of competence within a structured relationship. Holloway (1995) suggested that the process of this relationship includes specific tasks and functions. The goal of this chapter is to describe ways in which these tasks and functions can be used to develop the multi-cultural counselling competence of the supervisee within the supervision process. Several steps will be taken to achieve this goal. The first will be to present some of the core assumptions underlying theories ...

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