Great Clinical Supervision: What Do Students Have to Say About It?

Lorraine Mangione, PhD, Vincent Pignatiello, PsyD (Antioch, 2013) and students Kate Evarts and Kevin O’Leary will present at a paper session at the New England Psychological Association annual meeting on October 10th in Fitchburg, MA.  Their presentation, Supervision from the Supervisee Perspective: Relationship, Boundaries, Best and Worst, addresses students’ experiences in being supervised, including what works really well and what does not.  Student Lauren Gillis worked on an earlier version of this research.

 

 

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