An Investigation of Process Variables in Feminist Group Clinical Supervision Functioning
- Identify the three distinct sets of variables influencing the process of feminist group supervision.
- Describe the subclusters of the variables influencing feminist group supervision and give examples of how trainees describe such variables within their supervision experience.
- Explain the practice, research, training and social justice advocacy implications for counseling psychologists and psychotherapists.
Theodore R. Burnes, is an associate professor in the clinical psychology PhD program, Alliant University, Los Angeles
Janet Wood, Department of Psychology & Philosophy, Texas Woman’s University
Jeremy Inman, Department of Psychology & Philosophy, Texas Woman’s University
Greg Welikson, counseling psychology program, Fordham University
This Continuing Education program is in partnership with the Division 17 (Society of Counseling Psychology).
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