A Practical Guide to Clinical Supervision in Genetic Counseling (Genetic Counseling in Practice) (Paperback)

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A Practical Guide to Clinical Supervision in Genetic Counseling (Genetic Counseling in Practice) (Paperback)

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A Practical Guide to Clinical Supervision in Genetic Counseling provides a comprehensive overview of clinical supervision, emphasizing the supervision of genetic counseling students. The book draws on theory and research in genetic counseling, psychology, counselor education, and Dr. Veach's many years of experience in supervision practice.

Chapters address key issues in clinical supervision, including the infrastructure required for effective supervision; relationship dynamics inherent in supervision; and critical supervision processes, such as goal setting, feedback, evaluation, culturally-responsive supervision, and common clinical supervision challenges. Additional chapters cover models of supervisor and supervisee development, strategies to promote student wellness, how to recognize and address problematic performance, and supervision delivery models.

Each chapter contains instructional objectives, illustrations of major topics with supervision vignettes and examples, and descriptions of specific strategies for promoting self-reflective supervision practice. Experiential activities at the end of each chapter provide opportunities for readers to strengthen and maintain competencies associated with effective supervision processes and outcomes. The activities are appropriate for both current and future supervisors at all levels of experience and are suitable for use in the classroom and by individuals engaged in self-study.

A Practical Guide to Clinical Supervision in Genetic Counseling also features three contributed chapters by experts in supervision, education, and research and an appendix with instructional tips for designing and conducting supervision training opportunities to facilitate participants' learning experiences.
Patricia McCarthy Veach is a licensed counseling psychologist and Distinguished Teaching Professor Emerita of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. She has written over 150 book chapters and academic articles and has 30 years of experience teaching clinical supervision. She has edited and co-authored several books, including Genetic Counseling Research: A Practical Guide (OUP, 2014), also part of the Genetic Counseling in Practice series.
Product Details ISBN: 9780197635438
ISBN-10: 0197635431
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication Date: January 24th, 2023
Pages: 440
Language: English
Series: Genetic Counseling in Practice