Supervisory Roles within Systems of Practice
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The Wiley international handbook of clinical supervision
C Edward Watkins Jr., Derek Milne
This chapter updates the model systems approach to supervision (SAS), created by the author, in light of recent empirical studies on supervision and the competency‐based movement in professional psychology. The heuristics of the model are also presented. The SAS model was designed to provide a visual roadmap for supervisors to intentionally and strategically consider the numerous factors that could impinge on their teaching and learning. The components of the model are part of a dynamic process in which they interrelate and mutually influence one another. The chapter describes the seven dimensions of SAS and makes reference to the research that substantiates their inclusion in the model. It describes the SAS model as a comprehensive model of supervision that emphasizes the importance of social roles, relational practice, and contextual factors that influence the supervisory process.
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Holloway, E. (2014). Supervisory Roles within Systems of Practice. The Wiley international handbook of clinical supervision. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.1002/9781118846360.ch29