feminist supervision, clinical supervision, autoethnography
Clinical Supervision, Counselor Education
The purpose of this study was to explore our development as new supervisors learning to apply feminist supervision principles. Autoethnography was used to analyze author histories and learning processes over the course of one academic semester. Using personal narratives and critical reflections, we investigated our work of supervising beginning-level supervisees from a feminist perspective, and embodying our developing feminist supervisor skills and identities. Our inquiry was informed by our encounters with supervisees, supervisors, and each other. Basic definitions of supervision and feminist supervision frame the study, and results are shared in light of current research and theory.
Fickling, M. J., & Tangen, J. L. (2017). A Journey Toward Feminist Supervision: A Dual Autoethnographic Inquiry. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 9(2). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/92.1219