Comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and authoritative, Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision continues to be the most widely used and respected supervision text in the field. Recognizing the overlap of the mental health disciplines and of supervision modalities, the authors have integrated psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy, and social work to fully cover the central themes that dominate the study and practice of clinical supervision. With a focus on developing the supervision relationship, the text contains all content areas required for certification as an Approved Clinical Supervisor, offering a complete review (and informed appraisals) of all leading models, interventions, and research.
A valuable resource for practitioners and students alike, the revised fourth edition of Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision includes a new emphasis on global contributions to the field and diversity as well as new material on technological advances, spirituality, impaired supervisees and boundary violations.
Janine M. Bernard was educated at Purdue University and is currently a professor in the counseling and human services department at Syracuse University. She is the author of numerous books and articles focused on clinical supervision, lifespan human development, multicultural issues, and professional credentialing.
Rodney K. Goodyear earned his doctorate in counseling psychology from Illinois University. An expert in his field for over thirty years, Goodyear currently teaches at the University of Southern California.