Reflection On Clinical Supervisory Practice

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The supervisor I interviewed was a lady named Angee Tuggle. She is the clinical director at The Counseling Center. This clinician asked her ten questions. Question one was Where did she attend undergrad and grad school? She graduated from Shawnee State university in a Bachelor’s of Arts in Social Sciences and received her Maters at Marshall University in Counseling. The second questioned asked was how long she has been a clinical supervisor? She has been a supervisor for fourteen years. Question number three was her personal theory in clinical supervision. She discussed how she does not use just one theory of clinical supervision. The next question was what is the model of supervision that you identify with or use? She discussed how she provides…show more content…
She makes sure she is specific on what the clinician has done correct. She also introduces her clinicians to services the company provides through job shadowing. She believes in written supervision so there is no miscommunication and the employee understand what was discussed. The next question was about what clinical consultation means to her and she said “Clinical case consultation, to me, would be the staffing of a clinical case to discuss diagnostic criteria and modalities of treatment (A. Tuggle, personal communication, December 2, 2015).” The next question was about clinical consultation and she said she does not have one theory to clinical consultation. Another question I asked was what model of clinical consultation do you use or identify with in your supervisory experience and she responded with the same answer as “clinical case consultation, to me, would be the staffing of a clinical case to discuss diagnostic criteria and modalities of treatment (A. Tuggle, personal communication, December 2, 2015).” The last three questions is about emergency management system (EMS). Her response was that agencies need EMS to ensure the safety of clients and staff. She described it as a roadmap for everyone to follow to ensure safety and health of everyone in the

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