Empirical Research Article
master's supervisees, individual supervision, cognitive development theory, deliberate psychological education
The researchers qualitatively investigated the individual supervision experiences of nine masters’ students who were supervised by university-based supervisors, who used a cognitive developmental supervision process. The participants indicated that supervisors using Deliberate Psychological Education (a) provided a supportive environment, (b) cultivated counselor identity development, (c) encouraged personal growth, and (d) offered a space for concurrent development. The authors discuss the implications and limitations for counselor educators and clinical supervisors.
Haskins, N. H., Hermann-Turner, K., Pignato, L., Moses, A., & Olds, K. (2020). Phenomenological Experiences of Masters Students with University-Based Supervisors using a Cognitive Development Process. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 13(2). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/42.1331