Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision
School Counseling Site Supervision: Training Recommendations to Benefit School Counselor Interns and Site Supervisors
School Counseling, Clinical Supervision, Site Supervision, Supervision Training
Clinical Supervision, Counseling, Counselor Education, School Counseling
The importance of supervision is supported in the research literature. Site supervision in school counseling does not require formal training. The absence of formal training has potential implications for the novice school counselor, the P-12 students they serve, and future school counseling supervisees. The authors compare current training models and explore best practices to improve site supervision for school counseling interns. accreditation, ethics, and current needs in school counseling for the school counselor intern and the site supervisor. Finally, the authors review supervision training and models, accreditation, ethics, and current needs for the school counselor intern and the site supervisor, including a recommendation for a school supervisory endorsement.
Wilder, C. R., Smith, A. R., Money-Brady, J., Ebersole, D. B., Cazares-Cervantes, A., Hannor-Walker, T. L., & Justice, J. (2022). School Counseling Site Supervision: Training Recommendations to Benefit School Counselor Interns and Site Supervisors. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 16(1). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.sacredheart.edu/jcps/vol16/iss1/4