Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision

Document Type



middle school counselor, school counselor, supervision, burnout, self-care, incompetence

Subject Area

Clinical Supervision, School Counseling


This study examines middle school counselor supervision types in relation to burnout and self-care scores. The impact of supervision via technology on self-care and burnout scores was considered. This study found that school counselors who received both administrative and clinical supervision fared better on the incompetence domain of burnout, that self-care was inversely proportional to burnout, and that receiving supervision via technological means had no impact on either burnout or self-care.



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