Latinos/as, counselor education, training, bilingual supervision
Clinical Supervision, Counselor Education
This qualitative phenomenological study explored the experiences of clinical supervisors and supervisees who engaged in bilingual supervision. Five supervisors and five supervisees were recruited utilizing purposive and snowball sampling strategies and were interviewed using a semi-structured interview protocol. Findings of this study focused primarily on the challenges and benefits associated with engaging in bilingual supervision. Main findings included the lack of formal training in bilingual counseling and supervision. Implications for training programs highlighted the need for continuous support of bilingual training programs, in particular, the development of both multicultural and linguistic competencies.
Lopez, A., & Torres-Fernandez, I. (2019). Exploring the Experiences of Supervisors and Supervisees who engaged in Bilingual Supervision. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 12(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/jcps/vol12/iss1/10