Four Stage Supervision Model

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.Summary The article “Developing the Four-Stage Supervision Model for Counselor Trainees” was written by Ali Eryilmaz and Tansu Mutlu both from the Eskisehir Osmanganzi University was online for the first time in Februrary 25, 2017. Throughout my entire reading of the article, it is clear that the article focuses on the effectiveness of the Four Stage Supervision model for counselor trainees. The authors begin the article by stating that there is a great need for more effective supervised sessions, so that the counselors can gain the necessary skills to make adequate therapeutic progress through the counseling sessions. The research study addresses that a counselor should have the counseling skills as counseling is of extreme importance. As a student from the Introduction to Counseling and Guidance class, I must say I find Mr. Eryilmaz and Mr. Tansu’s views compelling, intelligent, and perhaps most importantly well worth heeding. The four stage supervision model for Counselor Trainees is a supervision model that helps counselor trainees enhances counseling competencies. The model was developed based on both Egan’s (1975) skilled helper model and the principles and techniques of counseling (Carkhuff, 2000; Cormier & Hackney, 2008; Egan, 1975. Ivey et al., 2010.) Counseling…show more content…
Therefore, I believe that the four stage supervision model for counselor trainees helps in gaining the adequate counseling skills. Hence, every school must have counselors that are able to use the necessary skills in the right place at the right time. Regarding Mr. Ali and Mr. Tansu, the four-stage supervision model is increasingly important in educational, clinical, counseling, industrial, and community services. As this model provides the essential skills a counselor trainee must possess in order to provide the appropriate service to the different types of problem clients can be
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