Personal Philosophy and Supervision Forms

Personal Philosophy and Supervision Forms
you are to analyze and integrate information from the readings and scholarly resources to develop your personal philosophy of supervision and two supervision forms that will create a Supervision Portfolio.
Directions
Your portfolio will be comprised of two main components: your personal philosophy of supervision and two supervision forms.
A. Formulate and describe your personal model of supervision. This will include an 8 page paper (does not include title, bibliography, resource pages) with 9 references, and you will integrate the information from your resources to:
1. Analyze how your counseling approach relates to and differs from how you approach supervision.
2. Examine and discuss the specific supervision model(s) you draw from and how you conduct (or will conduct) supervision within this framework.
3. Discuss your own developmental level as a supervisor and how this impacts your view of supervision and your personal supervision model.
4. Discuss the significance of being a multiculturally competent supervisor who will have supervisees from diverse backgrounds and cultures and how your own cultural background might impact the supervisory relationship and process.
B. Create two supervision forms you will be able to utilize as a future supervisor. There are various samples of supervision contracts and professional disclosure statements available, and sometimes there is overlap in the components included. Your forms should fit your philosophy and assumptions about supervision, as well as the context (real or anticipated) in which you will provide supervision. Focus on the areas that are applicable to your current or future professional settings.
1. Professional Disclosure Statement which should include the following:
a. Name and title
b. Academic degrees, credentials and licenses
c. Areas of professional competence
d. A statement about your experience in providing supervision
e. An overview of your supervision process and personal supervision model
f. Ethical guidelines that govern your practice
g. The purpose of supervision
h. The duties and responsibilities of the supervisor and supervisee
i. Modalities and interventions to be employed
j. Procedures for documenting supervision activities and maintenance of records
k. Fee arrangements
l. Method(s) and purposes for evaluation
m. Terms and projected duration of the contract
n. Procedures for appropriately informing recipients of supervisees’ services about supervisory relationships and related limits of confidentiality
o. Guidelines for responding to emergencies
p. Provisions related to due process and filing complaints. For ACS requirements, please seehttp://www.cce-global.org/Downloads/Apps/ACSapp.pdf
2. Supervision Contract should include the following (remember this also will serve as informed consent):
a. Role of the supervisor and supervisee
b. The services that will be provided
c. Opportunities that will be provided to the supervisee (if appropriate for your setting)
d. Frequency of supervision
e. The structure of the supervision sessions (where it will take place; if it will be individual, group or a combination of both)
f. How evaluations will be conducted
Make sure you write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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Grading Criteria
Assignment Components Proficient Maximum Points
Personal Philosophy of Supervision
Analyze how your counseling approach relates to and differs from how you approach supervision. Analysis of counseling approach is clear, appropriate, and complete. Specific correlations and differences are highlighted and explained to clarify ideas. All ideas are grounded in research and scholarly evidence. 40
Examine and discuss the specific supervision model(s) you draw from and how you conduct (or will conduct) supervision within this framework. Examination of supervision model(s) is clear, complete, and appropriate. Discussion of how you will conduct supervision within this framework is clear, reasonable, and thoroughly discussed. Specific evidence and research from current, scholarly sources are used to support ideas. 40
Discuss your own developmental level as a supervisor and how this impacts your view of supervision and your personal supervision model. Discussion of own level is clear, honest, and complete. Discussion of how this impacts view of supervision and personal supervision model is clear and realistic. Specific examples are used to clarify, demonstrate, or highlight ideas. 40
Discuss the significance of being a multiculturally competent supervisor who will have supervisees from diverse backgrounds and cultures and how your own cultural background might impact the supervisory relationship and process. Discussion is clear and complete. It includes specific competencies that behoove a supervisor and how they benefit the supervisor and the supervisee. Discussion also includes how personal background might impact supervisory relation and process. Discussion uses specific, scholarly evidence and research to support ideas throughout. 40
Two Supervision Forms
Forms fit philosophy and assumptions about supervision, as well as the context (real or anticipated) in which you will provide supervision. Supervisory forms reflect the philosophy and assumptions as found in the personal philosophy. There is a strong, appropriate correlation between the forms and the philosophy. 20
Focus on the areas that are applicable to your current or future professional settings. Supervisory forms focus on areas that are applicable to appropriate current or future professional settings. 16
Professional Disclosure Statement Professional disclosure statement is clear, accurate, and complete. Specific details and thorough explanation are concisely provided for all required parts. 36
Supervision Contract Supervision Contract is clear, accurate, and complete. Specific details and thorough explanation are concisely provided for all required parts. 40
Academic Writing
Write in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrate ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources (i.e. APA); and display accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation. 28
Total: 300