Emergent Supervisors: Comparing Counseling Center and Non-Counseling-Center Interns' Supervisory Training Experiences

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Department of Counseling Psychology and Special Education, 340 MCKB, Provo, UT 84602 (e-mail: rachel_crooklyon@byu.edu).

Abstract

Predoctoral interns' responses to an internship supervision training questionnaire indicated that counseling center interns supervised more trainees, received more supervision in their supervisory roles, reported more supervision training activities, and yielded higher supervisor development scores than did non-counseling-center interns. A qualitative analysis of participants' responses showed that non-counseling-center interns desired more supervision training and opportunities to provide supervision during their internship year than did counseling center interns.

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