13 sep California Board Of Psychology Supervision Agreement Form
A number of monitoring techniques have been proposed to ensure that the cultural dimension is addressed when it has no research support (Bernard & Goodyear, 1992; Leong & Wagner, in printing). Planned discussion on the culture and culture of the board; research on the cultural context of the facilitator and supervisor; the necessary use of a videotape (allowing the visual recording of non-verbal cultural components); Modelling by the supervisor; the integration of cultural considerations into all hospitality, case management and other written surveillance reports; and experimental exercises are methods that can be used in individual and group care. SUMMARY OF VARIOUS OTHER REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO ALL SUPERVISORY SITUATIONS: 1. Supervisors must not be interested in the activities of the primary or delegated supervisory authority and may not influence the judgment of the primary or delegated supervisory authority in the management of supervision (1387 (b) (3)). 2. Supervisors may not pay or otherwise remunerate supervisors (1387 (b) (3)). 3. Supervisors may not work under another licence or in another professional capacity, even though they acquire supervised work experience (SPE) (1387 (b) (8)). 4.
Supervisory authorities shall ensure that all PES, including the keeping of registrations, comply with the ethical principles and code of conduct of the JPA (1387.1(e); 1387.2(e)). 5. The primary supervisory authorities are responsible for monitoring the well-being of the controller`s customers (1387.1 (f)). 6. Primary supervisors are responsible for monitoring the supervisor`s clinical performance and professional development (1387.1(h)). 7. Supervisory authorities are responsible for ensuring that they and supervisors have initial and continuing training in the areas to be monitored (1387.1 (h)&i)); 1387.2 (h)). 8. Superiors and supervisors must at all times comply with the laws and regulations as well as the ethical principles and code of conduct of the American Psychological Association (1387.1 (c), (d), (e), (k); 1387.2 (c), d), (e), (i). (9) Supervisory authorities may not have family, intimate or other relations with the supervisor that would compromise the effectiveness of supervision (1387.1; 1387.2 (i)). (10) Supervisors may not supervise a supervisor who is or has ever been a supervision psychotherapy patient (1387.1 (l), 1387.2 (j)).
(11) Supervisory authorities may not exploit or enter into sexual relations with controllers (1387.1 (m; 1387.2 (j)). (12) Primary supervisors shall provide each supervisor with a copy of the pamphlet «Occupational therapy never involves sex» (1387.1(m)). 13. Primary supervisory authorities should monitor the performance of all delegated supervisory authorities (1387.1, point (o)). Thanks to Steven Sultanoff, PhD, for the inspiration for the format and content of this document These findings underscore the crucial importance of early meetings in the multicultural surveillance relationship. Cultural differences in worldviews and communication styles can have a particular impact on the supervisor`s perception as supporting and empathetic. Such perceptions have been associated with dertuation in multicultural supervision (Leong & Wagner, in printing). Early debate about the racial-ethnic context and expectations regarding supervisory and supervisory supervision can help lay the foundation for the development of trust and empathy. His clinical abilities improved when he became relaxed and more confident (instead of being defensive, as he was at the beginning of his training). He has been very adept at recognizing parallel processes in therapy sessions and sometimes in supervision.
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