The group of 12 third-year residents attended two weekly hours of classes, emphasizing theoretical aspects, and lectures and discussion of relevant papers plus two hours of clinical supervision in smaller groups, constituted of four residents and two supervisors, who worked together to discuss the case assigned to each supervisee
can have a record of the entire supervision session for review at a later time.
Eruera (2005:61) define Kaupapa Maori supervision as 'an agreed supervision relationship by Maori for Maori with the purpose of enabling the supervisee
to achieve safe and accountable professional practice, cultural development and self-care according to the philosophy, principles and practices derived from a Maori worldview'.
Stoltenberg's (1981) counselor complexity model views the supervisee
not as a counselor lacking skill but as an individual embarking on a course of development that will culminate in the formation of a counselor identity.
Feedback allows the supervisees
to improve upon their performances.
As a result of our research we formed two definitions of the phenomenon based on the participants' experiences from the supervisee
and the supervisor's positions.
Consider a supervisee
who possesses a relational image involving authority figures that are controlling, dismissive, and emotionally distant.
The supervisory relationship incorporates many related constructs, such as relationship development phases, multicultural influences, parallel processes, transference and countertransference issues, as well as idiosyncratic supervisee
and supervisor characteristics (Bernard & Goodyear, 2014; Goodyear, 2014; Ladany & Muse-Burke, 2001; Muse-Burke, Ladany, & Deck, 2001).
The relationship between supervisor and supervisee
is often complicated, and the inherent power-differential can lead to anxiety-provoking situations (Bernard & Goodyear, 2014).
Emerging themes from the interviews were organized by the following categories: the training sequence, supervisee
adherence to structure, supervisor developmental level, the role of supervision, responses to live supervision, supervisor characteristics, preference for experiential learning, and training outcomes.
Various theorists of counselor development have addressed the progress of the counseling supervisee
from a place of dependence on the supervisor to increased independence from the supervisor (Skovholt & Ronnestad, 1995; Stoltenberg, McNeill, & Delworth, 1998).
beaucoup moins que]C'est une sorte de distribution de role supervisee
par les Americains et les Russes[beaucoup plus grand que], parrains de la treve mise en place fin fevrier entre regime et rebelles.