A senior doctor in the UK—usually a consultant or associate specialist—who is responsible for overseeing trainees’ workplace-based assessment and for providing feedback on trainees’ progress towards specialisation.
To select which specific behaviors would be targeted, the researchers and the participants' clinical supervisors utilized the social skills taxonomy as a guide to select the specific social communicative behaviors.
According to SAMHSA's Treatment Improvement Protocol (TIP) 52, the clinical supervisor, the liaison between administrative and clinical staff, makes certain that patients/clients are competently served.
A clinical supervisor once said to counseling students in a beginning practicum class, "You never will have this many people interested in you at any one time ever again." This statement could promote fear and dread, or it could convey a message of support--an invitation to engage to the fullest degree in the learning process with professionals dedicated to helping their personnel be the best they can be.
In the first scenario, the intern counsellor (the supervisee) is depicted as she negotiates the supervision process and relationship with her clinical supervisor. The supervisee discusses what she would idealy like her supervisory relationship to be.