Introduction Preparing for Supervision Know your Brand: Identifying your Position on the CBT Landscape Understand the Context: Identifying your Key Stakeholders Negotiate a Contract: Preparing the Terms of the Learning Agreement Undertaking Supervision Structure your Sessions: Creating the Architecture of CBT Supervision Choose your Interventions: Selecting Methods to Enhance Proficiency Assess Competence: Developing an Effective Approach Refining Supervision Develop the Relationship: Using the Supervisory Alliance as a Source of Learning Manage Power: Creating a Balanced Relationship within Supervision Resolve Resistance and Ruptures: Working with Relational Challenges Enhancing Supervision Address Ethical Dilemmas: Developing a Coherent Approach Assess your Supervisory Skill: Building Methods to Evaluate Practice Increase Your Expertise: Developing and Looking After the Self Appendices
Sarah Corrie is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Visiting Professor at Middlesex University.
This terrific book is comprehensive, evidence-based, and practical. Geared toward both supervisors and supervisees, it provides a number of important learning exercises to encourage active reflection. The case studies help the reader transfer what they are learning to real-life situations. I highly recommend this book to trainees, therapists who need to improve their skills in self-reflection, and to supervisors.-- Judith S. Beck, Ph.D.
Corrie and Lane's CBT Supervision is a well-researched, well-organized, thorough, practical workbook that will be a valuable resource for clinical CBT supervisors at all levels of experience. This volume's supervisory case studies, chapter-by-chapter learning activities, and "tips for supervisees" make this volume ideal for a graduate seminar in learning to become a CBT supervisor. More experienced supervisors will benefit greatly from the authors' wise suggestions in handling challenges and dilemmas in supervision, and from their emphasis on supervisor self-reflection, self-care, and lifelong professional and personal growth. CBT Supervision is at once a great asset to the field.-- Cory F. Newman
Ever wanted some well-organised supervision for your supervision? Would you welcome some guidance in your role as a supervisee? Then this exceptionally clear and systematic book is for you! What's more, it tackles the core tasks of CBT supervision from a well-developed understanding of the nature of CBT, continuing the reflexive tradition. For example, the reader is expected to reflect carefully on the central questions raised, while the realistic and engaging case studies are used to pose dilemmas and prompt procedural thinking. Feedback is effectively provided in the form of the authors' responses to the dilemmas.
This is a highly practical `nuts and bolts' guide to CBT supervision, optimistic and empowering. Unlike many competitors, `CBT supervision' keeps theory and research details to an absolute minimum, sticking firmly to established supervision practices and sensible recommendations (for both supervisors and supervisees), based on the authors' extensive supervisory experience. It is written with exceptional clarity and systematically covers all the bases. In sum, this is a highly informative, soundly based, exceptionally practical guide to CBT supervision. It is all the more welcome given the pressing need to tackle CBT supervision in a professional manner.-- Derek Milne
The authors have produced something new, fresh and original. For the first time a book that focusses on how to effectively practise cognitive behavioural supervision. This text is an essential practice and professional development aid for both new and experienced cognitive behavioural supervisors. Each chapter takes the reader through how to prepare, undertake, refine and enhance their supervision, illustrated with examples and reflective activities - is there any other CBT supervision book that makes understandable the complexity of supervision? This book won't just be on my book shelf it will be on my desk as I will be turning to it time and time again as a supervisor of clinicians and other supervisors and as academic responsible for the delivery of supervision workshops.-- Dr Michael Townend