The New Handbook of Administrative Supervision in Counseling by Patricia G. Henderson

By Patricia G. Henderson

Backed by way of the organization for Counselor schooling and Supervision. To bring very good, culturally responsive companies to consumers, a winning administrative manager needs to offer management to specialist counselors, deal with counseling providers, and paintings successfully inside of their service provider. the recent guide of Administrative Supervision in Counseling is written for first line supervisors who paintings in psychological overall healthiness organisations, inner most practices, or in a colleges. It highlights the abilities had to satisfy eighteen task obligations equivalent to enforcing your imaginative and prescient, advocating for prone and employees individuals, navigating the politics inherent in paintings environments, group construction, handling budgets and different realities, whereas nonetheless retaining your personal expert integrity and improvement. necessary forms and self-directed workouts are provided to facilitate own mirrored image.  

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Your supervisees use these strategies most productively when they are driven by professional development goals they have established (Chapter 10). Self-examination. Ethically, supervisors “must engage supervisees in an examination of cultural issues that might affect supervision and/or counseling” (Center for Credentialing). Therefore, you must examine your own cultural and inter-cultural values and beliefs and then you are ready to lead your supervisees to examine theirs. Together you explore your racial and cultural beliefs and attitudes as they relate to the counseling agency’s clientele.

You are most effective when you learn to listen to your own and others’ assumptions, knowing they shape and guide people’s actions. Positive assumptions are more apt to lead to positive results. Negative assumptions interfere with achievement of good results. If you assume your supervisees want to develop their professionalism continuously (a premise of effective supervision), you are more apt to nurture your supervisees’ development than if you do not. If you assume your supervisees must be forced to change, you are apt to engender resistance.

Research suggests that including statements about the organization’s commitment to diversity in recruiting materials leads all applicants to rate the organization as more attractive—not just the female applicants, and not just the applicants who are members of racial minorities” (p. 45). At a minimum, the profession’s ethical standards are clear that professional “counselors do not condone or engage in discrimination based on age, culture, disability, ethnicity, race, religion/spirituality, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status/partnership, language preference, socioeconomic status, or any basis proscribed by law.

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