Attitudes Toward the Clinical Supervisory Model: Results from in-service Training
The Clinical Supervisor
Attitudes toward the supervisory process were measured using a Likert-type scale of summated ratings prior to presentation of three inservice training sessions designed to introduce supervisors to the clinical supervisory model. Emphasis was placed on the Cogan (1973) model of clinical supervision and Anderson's (1988) adaptation of this model for speech-language pathology. Also presented were supervisory styles, a continuum of the amount of supervision given, ways to encourage self-supervision, and case studies with discussion. Following the inservice sessions, the attitude scale was administered again. Results suggested that familiarity with the clinical supervisory model enhanced participants' attitudes toward that model.
Powell, T., Gospel, M., and Williams, A. (1991). Attitudes toward the clinical supervisory model: Results from in-service training. Clinical Supervisor, 9, 53-62.