SIG 11 Perspectives Vol. 23, No. 2, August 2013
This Perspectives issue explores interrater agreement among a group of supervisors, identifies conflict issues and management techniques specific to the supervisory relationship, discusses methods for preparing millennial students to identify and manage cross-generational conflicts during supervisory interactions, and reviews a survey study that used iPads for the distance supervision of graduate clinicians.
You will be able to:
- identify two methods of feedback utilized by clinical supervisors in Cascia's study and which method resulted in greater interrater agreement
- list two conflict styles and two conflict management skills
- identify the two Communication Climates outlined by Gibb
- discuss two benefits and two disadvantages found during the survey for iPad use in clinical supervision
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