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Posted June 2, 2010
This book is such a welcomed sight! The literature review and necessary research for this book is sound, thorough, comprehensive and accurate. This book is well organized, which makes it an easier, academic read. It is certainly a useful and relevant addition to any clinical supervisor's library whether they are a marriage and family therapist, a social worker or a mental health counselor. Anyone providing clinical supervision needs to read this book. It seems to me that a clinician who is providing clinical supervision without doing so is practicing well outside of their area of competency. This book should be a required reading in graduate school.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.