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In the past it was assumed that the general training of clinicians would equip them to be good supervisors. Now however it is understood that some training for this role is desirable

See alsoEdit


Key texts – BooksEdit

I Fleming & Steen, L (eds)(2004) Supervision and clinical psychology. London. Brunner-Routledge

Additional material – BooksEdit

Key texts – PapersEdit

  • Milne, D & James,I (2002) The observed impact of training on competence in clinical supervision. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41, 55-72
  • Russell, R.K. & Petrie, T. (1994). Issues in training effective supervisors. Applied & Preventive Psychology, 3, 27–42.

Additional material - PapersEdit

Milne, D & James,I (2005) Clinical supervision: Ten tests of the tandem model. Clinical Psychology Forum, 151, 6-9

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