Effectiveness of Group Supervision Versus Combined Group and Individual Supervision with Masters-Level Counselor Trainees

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This study was designed to investigate the effectiveness of large group supervision, small group supervision, and combined group and individual supervision on counselor trainees. Specifically, instruments were used to measure the progress in counselor efficacy and counselor development. Analyses of Covariance revealed that all supervision formats produced similar progress in counselor effectiveness and counselor development. Large group supervision, small group supervision, and combined group and individual supervision appear to be equivalent in their effectiveness.

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Ray, Dee C. (Deanne Castleberry) August 1998.

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This study was designed to investigate the effectiveness of large group supervision, small group supervision, and combined group and individual supervision on counselor trainees. Specifically, instruments were used to measure the progress in counselor efficacy and counselor development. Analyses of Covariance revealed that all supervision formats produced similar progress in counselor effectiveness and counselor development. Large group supervision, small group supervision, and combined group and individual supervision appear to be equivalent in their effectiveness.

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Ray, Dee C. (Deanne Castleberry). Effectiveness of Group Supervision Versus Combined Group and Individual Supervision with Masters-Level Counselor Trainees, dissertation, August 1998; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc278350/: accessed April 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .