Morris, Eric; Bilich-Eric, Linda
In this article, we describe a pragmatic framework for supporting supervision, based on a contextual behavioural perspective.
The development of psychological skills to a competent level requires didactic and experiential learning, and supervision is agreed to be a central vehicle for the integration of these experiences. Alongside engaging in problem‐solving and giving instructions (to build adherence), supervisors can reasonably expect supervisees to learn from...[Show more]
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