Supervising clinical placement
Barletta, John & Dixon, Jason (2009) Supervising clinical placement. In Pelling, Nadine, Barletta, John, & Armstrong, Philip (Eds.) The Practice of Clinical Supervision. Australian Academic Press, Bowen Hills, QLD.
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Internship and practicum are the pinnacle of the therapist training experience. During these fieldwork experiences trainees are challenged to apply what they have learned in coursework and research to a real-life workplace situation. Internship is where the rigorous science of the profession and the imperfect art of the practice intersect and trainees begin to develop clinical wisdom. The trainee therapist being prepared for their responsibilities who has a successful relationship with their supervisor can optimise the gains from this integrated experience. In this chapter, an introduction to supervised internship or practicum encounters is provided with the trainee therapist and future supervisor squarely in mind.
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