Promoting Cultural Sensitivity in Supervision: A Manual for Practitioners provides a roadmap for practicing and experienced supervisors to promote and integrate cultural sensitivity into the core of their work. This book is organized into four seamless, interrelated sections that are essential to developing a Multicultural Relational Perspective (MRP) in supervision: conceptual, structural, strategies and techniques, and evaluation tools. The Conceptual section provides an overview of the theory that underpins a MRP, and the Structural section provides the reader with two specific strategies for concretizing the conceptual framework. The Strategies and Techniques section includes a variety of chapters which provide supervisors and supervisees with hands-on tools for navigating difficult diversity-related conversations in supervision and beyond, as well as an array of exercises that supervisors can employ to enhance cultural sensitivity. The Evaluation Tools section provides sample instruments that can be implemented to evaluate the objectives of the entire supervisory process. For the convenience of readers, additional photocopiable supervisory resources have also been included at the end of the manual. This manual is intended for supervisors, trainers, clinicians, and trainees.
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About the Author
Kenneth V. Hardy, PhD, is a professor at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, director of the Eikenberg Institute for Relationships in New York, New York, and is also the founder of the Eikenberg Academy for Social Justice. He is the former director of clinical training and research at Syracuse University in New York as well as the former director of The Center for Children, Families, and Trauma at the Ackerman Institute for the Family in New York, New York. Dr. Hardy has had extensive experience training and supervising both beginning and seasoned therapists working in a variety of clinical settings.
Toby Bobes, PhD, is a licensed marriage and family therapist with experience in teaching graduate-level courses for 25 years and doing clinical supervision for 18 years. She currently teaches at Pacifica Graduate Institute and formerly taught at Antioch University. Her career includes 28 years in private practice. Dr. Bobes has taught many supervision courses for the California Division of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), and she is an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and a California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT) Certified Supervisor.
Table of Contents
Preface Part 1. Conceptual Considerations 1. Core Supervisor Competencies Hardy & Bobes 2. A Developmental Model of Personal and Professional Growth Bobes & Hardy 3. Race through a Trauma Lens Hardy Part 2. Structural Considerations 4. "Naming It and Claiming It" Embracing Your Identity as an Activist (Supervisor, Educator, Therapist) Hardy 5. Establishing an Effective Supervisory Relationship: A Two-Step Process Hardy & Bobes Part 3. Strategies and Techniques 6. The Validate, Challenge, and Request Approach: A Practical Tool for Facilitating Difficult Dialogues Hardy 7. Essential Skills for Mastering Context Talk in Supervision Hardy 8. The Cultural Genogram: Key to Training Culturally Competent Family Therapists Hardy & Laszloffy 9. Collaborative Training Tools for Supervisors and Supervisees Steiny 10. Promoting Cultural Sensitivity in Online and Electronically-Based Supervision Hardy 11. Experiential Exercises Hardy & Bobes Part 4. Evaluation Tools 12. The Multicultural Relational Perspective: Supervision Outcome Tools for Mental Health Professional Hardy Handouts and Resources 1. Relational Ethics 2. Sample Case Presentation Format Using a Multicultural Relational Perspective 3. A Sample Framework for Establishing an Explicit Supervision Contract 4. Promoting Cultural Sensitivity Starter Kit 5. Professional Organizations