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ERIC Number: ED119035
Record Type: RIE
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Pages: 7
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Accountability in Practicum: Evaluation of Supervision or Monitor-Modeling Versus Immediate Feedback Supervision in Practicum.
Quinn, Philip F.; Silverman, Manuel S.
This study attempts, experimentally, to explore the supervisory relationship in the counseling practicum. The relative effects of two methods of practicum supervision are examined by comparing the rated counseling performance of 24 counselor trainees. Half of these trainees had their session tapes evaluated immediately following the counseling sessions--the traditional direct supervision. The other group had their supervisor present in the sessions as a co-counselor who modeled and monitored responses. The two groups were not found to differ significantly at the start or end of the course, but the rate of growth for the monitor-modeling group was significantly greater. Both practicum experiences, regardless of type of supervision, culminated in better counseling as perceived by the judges. (SJL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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