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About the special issue
This issue serves as a platform for further exploration of clinical supervision by describing strategies and frameworks to construct scaffolding to study the process of supervision and both supervisee and client outcomes.
Although originally intended to address supervision outcomes, it became increasingly clear that there are multiple steps that precede outcome assessment, that outcome assessment is also an important tool in the process of supervision, and that the entire process of supervision is in its infancy as far as understanding and developing empirical support for its components but that comprehensive evaluation of outcomes is long overdue and requires immediate attention.
Articles in this issue
Supervision Outcomes: Beginning the Journey Beyond the Emperor's New Clothes
Falender, Carol A.
A Systematic Review and Reformulation of Outcome Evaluation in Clinical Supervision: Applying the Fidelity Framework
Reiser, Robert P.; Milne, Derek L.
Precursors to Measuring Outcomes in Clinical Supervision: A Thematic Analysis
Olds, Kirsty; Hawkins, Russell
A Model and Guide for Evaluating Supervision Outcomes in Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy-Focused Training Programs
Lewis, Cara C.; Scott, Kelli E.; Hendricks, Karin E.
Evaluation of the Critical Events in Supervision Model Using Gender Related Events
Bertsch, Kristin N.; Bremer-Landau, Jodi D.; Inman, Arpana G.; DeBoer Kreider, Elizabeth R.; Price, Terrina A.; DeCarlo, Aubrey L.
Client Feedback Data in Supervision: Effects on Supervision and Outcome
Grossl, Alyssa B.; Reese, Robert J.; Norsworthy, Larry A.; Hopkins, Nathaniel B.
Assessing Supervision's Clinical and Multicultural Impacts: The Supervision Outcome Scale's Psychometric Properties
Tsong, Yuying; Goodyear, Rodney K.