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Cybersupervision: Further Examination of Synchronous and Asynchronous Modalities in Counseling Practicum Supervision
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Counselor Education and Supervision Volume 50, Number 5, ISSN 0011-0035

Abstract

The authors used an intensive single-subject quantitative design to examine cybersupervision of counseling practicum students in a university setting. Five female supervisees volunteered to receive their required weekly supervision online during a 14-week, semester-long counseling practicum. Following a face-to-face orientation meeting, all remaining interactions among the supervisees and with the supervisor occurred electronically. Data were collected about the utility of the synchronous and asynchronous modalities, changes in supervisee competence and confidence during the practicum, and supervisee attitudes about the cybersupervision approach. The findings offered evidence that the web-based modality could be used in similar settings.

Citation

Chapman, R.A., Baker, S.B., Nassar-McMillan, S.C. & Gerler, E.R. (2011). Cybersupervision: Further Examination of Synchronous and Asynchronous Modalities in Counseling Practicum Supervision. Counselor Education and Supervision, 50(5), 298-313. Retrieved December 7, 2021 from .

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