- Outlines the standard of competencies for clinical supervisors
- Breaks down the teaching strategies used in the Supervision Pyramid
- Presents methodologies, results and an analysis of conducted studies
1. The First Supervision Session
Preparing the Way 2. The Competencies Standard for the Therapist and the Clinical Supervisor. The Competencies Schema 3. The Supervision Pyramid
A Tool for Supervision 4. Strategies Used for Every Level of the Supervision Pyramid 5. Constructivism in Clinical Supervision. The Supervision Pyramid and the Constructivist Paradigm of Learning 6. Benefits, Difficulties in Using the Supervision Pyramid from the Supervisees' Point of View 7. The Rupture and Repair of the Supervision Alliance: When? At What Level? How? In the Supervision Pyramid
Loredana-Ileana Viscu is a psychologist and a psychotherapist, a university professor at the, Tibiscus University of Timisoara, Romania.
Her professional experience includes, among others, the domains of Integrative Psychotherapy, Clinical Hypnosis and Ericksonian Psychotherapy and Transactional Analysis, applied at the Private Psychology Office and as vice-president of the Association of Integrative Research, Counselling and Psychotherapy (where she activates as trainer and supervisor).
Watkins Jr, Clifton Edward
Clifton Edward Watkins, Jr., received his Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He is Professor of Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of North Texas, Denton. His primary professional interests focus on psychotherapy supervision and psychoanalytic theory, practice, and research. His specific supervision interests focus on psychoanalytic, trans-theoretical, and common factors perspectives. He is editor of the Handbook of Psychotherapy Supervision (1997) and co-editor (with Derek Milne) of the Wiley International Handbook of Clinical Supervision (2014). He is a Fellow of Divisions 29 (Psychotherapy) and 17 (Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association.