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Supervision Approach

Supervision is an important part of the education, training, and development of a professional counselor. I have adapted Littrell, Lee-Borden, and Lorenz Model (1979) supervision model to provide a practical approach that fit my style of supervision. This model matches the supervisor's behavior to the developmental needs of the supervisee. The four stages to this model include:

Methods and Modalities

of Supervisee Training


  • Individual weekly supervision sessions

  • Group supervision, when appropriate

  • Feedback and guidance on counseling techniques, application of theories, differential diagnosis, and ethics

  • Review of case notes and other documentation and/or recorded client sessions, as feasible and appropriate.



 50 minute

supervision sessions





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