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This article provides a training approach for use with school counseling site supervisors that is based on experiential learning theory and involves engaging with three, hypothetical school counseling case studies.

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School counseling site supervisors often report desiring more supervision training but barriers such as time constraints often exist. This supervision training approach was designed to adhere to learning frameworks and deliver content in a brief, two-hour timeframe.


This article provides a novel school counseling site supervisor training approach that can be replicated by others desiring to provide comprehensive supervision training within a limited timeframe. The co-authors drew upon their professional experiences as school counselors and school counselor educators when writing this article.

Lucy Purgason
Appalachian State University

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This page is a summary of: A brief experiential school counseling site supervisor training approach, The Clinical Supervisor, June 2019, Taylor & Francis,
DOI: 10.1080/07325223.2019.1635061.
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