Bambling, M. & King, R. (2014). Supervisor social skill and supervision outcome. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research,14(4), 256-262. United Kingdom: Routledge. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.1080/14733145.2013.835849
The practice of clinical supervision is considered an effective procedure to achieve a variety of professional outcomes for supervisees. Supervisory alliance mediates many of the learning outcomes thought important for effective supervision. Therefore, it is important to identity supervisor characteristics that relate to the capacity to develop a positive supervisory alliance and achieve supervision outcome. Supervisor interpersonal skill was investigated as a characteristic involved with both supervisee assessment of supervisory alliance and learning outcomes of supervision.
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