A Common Supervisory Mistake to Avoid

3 Reasons why it happens and how you can prevent it

Bob Taibbi, LCSW

It's a common mistake that many clinical supervisors make...They focus too heavily on how their staff should treat an individual client rather than on where the therapist is getting stuck, and what the therapist can do better in general.

In this short video, nationally recognized clinical supervision expert and author Bob Taibbi, LCSW, walks you through the three reasons why this common mistake happens, and how you can avoid it.

Topic: Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry

Tags: Clinical Supervision

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Saturday, January 28, 2017 10:56:34 PM | posted by Sherry
Good points to remember!

Tuesday, January 10, 2017 11:01:32 AM | posted by Terri Ross
Excellent message, reminder to address the supervisee rather than the supervisee's client, it also gets one our a micro-managing trap (or therapist as controller).

Monday, January 9, 2017 10:22:30 PM | posted by casarah stark
Very helpful info! This was an ah-ha moment for me in how to wrap my head around the supervision process. Thank you.

Sunday, January 8, 2017 1:45:11 PM | posted by Gwendolyn
This discussion is a good reminder of the use of process recordings (mental or written). Supervision is a good practice ground to remind practitioners how to incorporate their own personal, professional and practice ideologies when working with clients. Thank you for sharing and reminding us.

Sunday, January 8, 2017 12:17:06 PM | posted by Sursatie chetram
Very informative.