Semester 1: Principles and Techniques of Supervision
This course will focus on the major supervisory principles such as the role of the supervisory relationship, expectations, and principles underlying the listening process such as problems of learning and learning problems. Understanding an educational diagnosis is explored through readings. Readings include the works of Eckstein and Wallerstein, deBell, Arlow, DeWald, and Teitelbaum.
Semester 2: The Supervisory Process
Supervisory teaching and learning principles will be highlighted as described in the readings of Fleming and Benedict. Different models of psychotherapy supervision will also be presented. Members of the supervisory training program will be given an opportunity to present their work with faculty discussion.