BSHS 335/Beatriz Zayas
January 9, 2013
Team
Lisset Zier
Julila Mason
Imelda Macias
Miriam Calderon
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Legal aspects of supervision
Multicultural issues in supervision
Spiritual issues in supervision
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Informed consent
trainees provide the information to clients
that they need to make informed
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Direct liability can be incurred when the actions
of supervisors are the cause for harm. For
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Don’t supervise beyond your competence.
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race can have a profound influence on the supervisory
process, particularly in terms of trainee’s expectati...
Understand cultural populations
• Honor needs of each person
• Address religious diversity
• Teaching and learning how to ...
Appropriate relationships towards
students and supervisees
 Clarify roles and what is
expected when crossing ethical
code...
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Autocratic- Supervisor makes all the decisions with little regard for his
subordinates, and as such the busine...
The best managers have the ability to shift between the styles depending on the
particular team and the situation or proje...
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State specific objectives of supervision.
Formulate a sound supervisory contract that
clarifies the expectat...
Supervisors have a lot on their shoulders when
it comes to their employees and clients. They
must have control over their ...
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  1. 1. BSHS 335/Beatriz Zayas January 9, 2013 Team Lisset Zier Julila Mason Imelda Macias Miriam Calderon
  2. 2.       Legal aspects of supervision Multicultural issues in supervision Spiritual issues in supervision Multiple roles and relationships in the supervisory process Styles of supervision Conclusion
  3. 3.   Informed consent trainees provide the information to clients that they need to make informed choices Confidentiality and its limits supervisors have a legal and ethical obligation to respect the confidentiality of client communications  Liability legal responsibility for the welfare of those clients who are counseled by their trainees
  4. 4.   Direct liability can be incurred when the actions of supervisors are the cause for harm. For example, supervisors may give trainees inappropriate advice about treatment or give tasks to trainees that exceed their competence. Vicarious liability pertains to the responsibilities supervisors have to oversee the actions of their supervisees. Supervisors become liable for the actions of their supervisees due to their professional relationship with supervisees.
  5. 5.                Don’t supervise beyond your competence. 􀁑 Evaluate and monitor supervisees’ competence. 􀁑 Be available for supervision consistently. 􀁑 Formulate a sound supervision contract. 􀁑 Maintain written policies. 􀁑 Document all supervisory activities. 􀁑 Consult with appropriate professionals. 􀁑 Maintain a working knowledge of ethics codes, legal statutes, and licensing regulations. 􀁑 Use multiple methods of supervision. 􀁑 Have a feedback and evaluation plan. 􀁑 Verify that your professional liability insurance covers you for supervision. 􀁑 Evaluate and screen all clients under your supervisee’s care. 􀁑 Establish a policy for ensuring confidentiality. 􀁑 Incorporate informed consent in practice.
  6. 6.      race can have a profound influence on the supervisory process, particularly in terms of trainee’s expectations for supervisor empathy, respect, and congruence. race can influence a trainee’s perception of supervisor liking it is particularly important that supervisors acquire knowledge and skills in culturally congruent methods and styles of supervision. Supervisors must use culturally appropriate modes of social interaction, and they need to recognize how their position of authority is likely to play out in the supervisory relationship. acknowledge cultural differences in values and learning styles and being willing to make adjustments by including these differences in the supervisory process.
  7. 7. Understand cultural populations • Honor needs of each person • Address religious diversity • Teaching and learning how to address towards clients. •
  8. 8. Appropriate relationships towards students and supervisees  Clarify roles and what is expected when crossing ethical code boundaries  Notify supervisees who has the power of authority  Review educational standards and what is expected 
  9. 9.     Autocratic- Supervisor makes all the decisions with little regard for his subordinates, and as such the business unit will totally reflect the opinions and personality of the manager. Consultive- Supervisor tends to be a bit more people oriented, it is still essentially an autocratic style but with some emphasis being placed on employee interests as well as those of the business. Communications still tend to be downward, but feedback upwards to the supervisor is encouraged mainly in an attempt to build morale. Persuasive- very aware of his subordinates, but not necessarily more inclusive and the management style has much in common with the dictatorial manager, as they still maintain total control over the decision process, but just spend more time working with people to convince them of the benefits of the decisions that have been made. Paternalistic- A management style where the manager is still very autocratic but does really care about the quality of life and work of his people.
  10. 10. The best managers have the ability to shift between the styles depending on the particular team and the situation or project being faced, particularly in complex and fast changing organizations, industries and markets, and that they can do this without ever compromising their values or their integrity.
  11. 11.      State specific objectives of supervision. Formulate a sound supervisory contract that clarifies the expectations and parameters of the supervision agreement. Negotiate mutual decisions, rather than making unilateral decisions, about the needs of trainees. Perform the role of a teacher, counselor, consultant as appropriate. Clarify the supervisory roles.
  12. 12. Supervisors have a lot on their shoulders when it comes to their employees and clients. They must have control over their employees but they also have to be aware of not taking more than they can handle.
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