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The Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision

The Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision (Digital or Media)

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In The Integrative Developmental Model of Supervision, guest expert supervisor Dr. Brian W. McNeill demonstrates and discusses this approach to supervision. The goal of the integrative developmental model (IDM) is to promote personal and professional therapist growth through three developmental levels by closely attending to the three overriding structures of Self- and Other-Awareness, Motivation, and Autonomy across eight domains of clinical practice including intervention skills competence, assessment techniques, individual differences, and professional ethics. The IDM stresses the importance of assessing the therapist's developmental level while at the same time providing the optimal supervisory environment for progression through those levels. In this video, Dr. McNeill and his supervisee engage in a supervisory session, and host Dr. Arpana G. Inman interviews them about their work together, exploring the constructs of this model as they discuss highlights from the demonstration session.

Medical & VeterinaryBrances of medicineClinical psychologyMedical & VeterinaryBrances of medicinePsychotherapy Publisher: American Psychological Association Publication Date: 30/10/2015 ISBN-13: 9781433821240  Details: Type: Digital or Media Format: Digital or Media
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Dr. Brian W. McNeill received his PhD in 1984 from Texas Tech University, USA, in counseling psychology, and is currently a professor of counseling psychology and co-director of the Pacific Northwest Center for Mestizo and Indigenous Research and Outreach at Washington State University.

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