Infusing Counseling Theories with the Integrated Developmental Model: Strengthening Supervision Practices
Supervision is vital to all human services professions to help new professionals assimilate to their roles. There are many theory based supervisory methods to guide supervisors, and counseling professionals have suggested that the adoption of a developmental model of supervision prepares the supervisor to partner with supervisees to facilitate feedback related to developmental milestones. This paper explores the dynamics of combining the Integrated Developmental Model (IDM) of supervision with counseling theories that influence supervision styles and offers examples of how IDM is flexible in combining with theoretical approaches by providing examples and information related to its integration with solution-focused supervision and person-centered supervision. Included is a vignette to help bridge the concept from theory to practice, information on roles for the supervisor and supervisee, and cultural considerations to aid supervisors in practical implementation of the supervision strategies.
Shelton, Deena and Zazzarino, Anthony
"Infusing Counseling Theories with the Integrated Developmental Model: Strengthening Supervision Practices,"
Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, and Practice: Vol. 6:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sfasu.edu/jhstrp/vol6/iss1/4
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