Clinical Supervision in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling: Principles, Models, Methods

Clinical Supervision in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling: Principles, Models, Methods

by Archie Brodsky



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Clinical Supervision in Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling: Principles, Models, Methods by Archie Brodsky

This groundbreaking work, now available in paperback, is the standard text for the training and education of supervisors in substance abuse counseling. The blended model of treatment presented here is a synthesis of several established schools of therapy, and utilizes developmental, psychodynamic skills, and family therapy perspectives. Firmly grounded in both theory and practice, this book offers methods of supervisory contracting, observation, case presentation, modeling, intervention, and evaluation. Ethical and legal concerns are also addressed. Clinical Supervision provides the knowledge base that substance abuse supervisors will need in the coming years.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780029250556
Publisher: Free Press
Publication date: 11/29/1993
Pages: 344
Product dimensions: 6.45(w) x 9.54(h) x 1.17(d)

Table of Contents

Introduction:The Need for Professionalism in Supervisory Trainingand PracticeConsequences of Inadequate Supervisory TrainingFactors Placing a Premium on Quality SupervisionBenefits of Supervision: The Experience of the Clinical Perceptorship ProgramThe Content and Organization of This Book
Part I: Principles
1. A Historical Review of SupervisionTradirional DefinitionsLegal DefinitionsAdministrative DefinitionsClinical DefinitionsToward a Working Definition
2. A Working Definition of SupervisionThe Blended Definition of SupervisionThe Four Foci of SupervisionSummary
3. Leadership Principles for SupervisorsLeadership, Management, and SupervisionThe New Organizational ContextLeadership Qualities in the New Organizational ContextServant LeadershipStakeholdersThe New Work EnvironmentMaking It Work
4. Traits of an Effective Clinical SupervisorThe Two Essential QualitiesLearning Objectives
Part II; Models
5. Building a Model of Clinical SupervisionBlueprint for a ModelPhilisophical FoundationDescriptive DimensionsStage of DevelopmentContextual FactorsThe BlAnded Model in Historical Perspective
6. A Developmental Approach to SupervisionRoots of the Developmental AppraochDevelopmenatal Models of Supervision: An OverviewStoltenberg and Delworth's Integrated Developmental ApproachApplication of the Developmental Perspective
7. The Psychodynamic ModelPsychodynamically Oriented Definitions of SupervisionMethods in Psychodynamic SupervisionSelection of Patients for SupervisionCounselor Development from a Psychodynamic PerspectiveCurrent Directions in Psychodynamically Oriented Supervision
8. The Skills ModelBasic TenetsMethods of SupervisionThe Task Oriented Model
9. Family Therapy ModelsSystems theoryStructural SupervisionStrategic SupervisionThe Contribution of Family Therapy to Supervision
10. A BlAnded Model of Clinical Supervision for the Alcoholism and Drug Abuse FieldWhat is Substance Abuse'The Twelve Steps of recoveryThe Minnesota Model of TreatmentPhilisophical Foundation of the BlAnded ModelDescriptive Dimensions
Part III: Methods
11. Establishing a Supervisory ContractAgAnda for the Initial SessionGetting to Know the SuperviseeGoals of SupervisionThe Individual Development PlanAssessing the Learning Environment of Supervision
12. Basic Supervisory TechniquesThe Context of SupervisionMethods of ObservationSpecial Supervisory EnvironmentsCase PresentationsRole Playing, Role Modeling, and DemonstrationFeedback and InterventionThe Content of Supervision
13. Evaluation and FeedbackDetermining Skill LevelsDealing with AnxietyStandards of Evaluation: Overcoming BiasGudelines for Useful FeedbackCounseling Individuals Out of the ProfessionInstruments for Counselor AssessmnetInstruments for Supervisor Assessment
14. Innovative techniques in SupervisionPhilosophy as Material for SupervisionEffective QuestionsSolution-Focused SupervisionIn Vivo SupervisionAssuming the Supervisory Role
15. Ethical and Legal ConcernsDual RelationshipsProfessional CredibilityEvaluationRespectInformed ConsentConfidentialitySupervisee EthicsLegal Liability for Supervisors
16. Special Issues in SupervisionContextual FactorsGAnder as a Factor in SupervisionEthnicity as a Factor in SupervisionWorking Within the SystemResistant Counselors: Age and Recovery IssuesThe Impaired CounselorAn Ever-Expanding Context
17. Directions for the FuturePatients, Programs, and Priorities to the Year 2000The Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Professional to the Year 2000Training and Supervision Needs to the Year 2000Conclusion
A. Competencies of Supervisors
B. Role Delineation Study for Clinical Supervisors
C. Assessing One's Preparation As A Clinical Supervisor
D. Determining Readiness to Be a Supervisor
E. Counselor Evaluation of the Supervisor
F. Counselor Evaluation of Supervision
G. Tasks of Supervision
H. Evaluation of the Supervisor in Training
I. A Design for a Clinical Supervision training Course
J. Individual Development Plan
K. Suggested Outline for Case Presentations
L. Counselor Assessment Forms

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