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Training the Trainers Theory and Research on Clinical Supervision

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    1. Training the TrainersTheory and Research on Clinical Supervision Rod Goodyear Rossier School of Education University of Southern California

    2. Supervision: Our Signature Pedagogy Lee Shulman (Carnegie Foundation): A signature pedagogy is an instructional strategy that typifies the preparation of practitioners in a particular profession In medicine: it is clinical rounds In law: it is being prepared to have the prof call on you at any minute to defend a position In psychology: it is clinical supervision

    3. Signature Pedagogy is characterized by Engagement: learning occurs through instructor-learner dialogue; Uncertainty: the specific focus and outcomes of the interactions typically are unclear to the participants as they begin a teaching episode; Formation in that the learners thought processes are made clear to the instructor who helps shape them so that the learner beings to think like a (physician, lawyer, psychologist, and so on).

    4. An Intervention in its own Right and more, is a Core Competency It is an intervention in its own right; demanding specific training Recognized as a core competency at the APPIC Competencies Conference A required competence in APAs Accreditation Guidelines and Principles

    5. Supervision Research in Broad Strokes The literature has mushroomed, though research itself has stayed relatively steady Ladany & Inman, 2008: assert it to be about 10 research articles per year Encouraging signs: New journals such as Training and Education in Professional Psychology And now, there is evidence supervision research occurring internationally (previously only in the US)

    6. Supervision Research in Broad Strokes (cont.) Increasing proportion of the supervision research is descriptive, qualitative and some of that has been quite useful (e.g., Ladany et al) A current primary focus is on relationship issues, especially working alliance. Particularly Needed: Instrument development studies Studies demonstrating that supervision actually affected client change Brambling et al, 2007

    9. Discrimination Model: Focus

    10. Practicum Competencies Outline: Its Relationship to the Discrimination Model (Hatcher & Lassiter, 2007)

    11. Discrimination Model: Role

    12. The Supervisory Role in Which Many of Us Imagine Ourselves

    13. Discrimination Model: Focus X Role

    15. Discrimination Model: Polster

    17. Discrimination Model: Ekstein

    19. Discrimination Model: Rogers

    21. Discrimination Model: Kagan

    23. Discrimination Model: Ellis

    24. Factors Moderating Supervisor Role and Focus Supervisors psychotherapy theory (Putney, Worthington, & McCulloughy (1992) Students developmental level