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The Clinical Supervisor

Offering essential reading for supervisors

The Clinical Supervisor (TCS) is the only international journal devoted exclusively to the art and science of clinical supervision - the “signature pedagogy” of mental health and related professions. A multi-disciplinary, referred publication, the journal is a unique resource for supervision researchers, practitioners, and educators.

Explore the journal for yourself with our selection of recent articles: 

ArticleAuthor
Putting on the face: A qualitative study of power dynamics in clinical supervision
Jack De Stefano, Heidi Hutman & Nicola Gazzola
“The stress is indescribable”: self-reported health implications from child welfare supervisors
Austin Griffiths, Whitney Harper, Patricia Desrosiers, April Murphy & David Royse
Contribution of supervisor interventions to client change: The therapist perspective
Clara E. Hill, Robert W. Lent, M. Ashley Morrison, Kristen Pinto-Coelho, John L. Jackson & Dennis M. Kivlighan Jr.
Beginning and expert supervisors’ descriptions of effective and less effective supervision
Gülşah Kemer, Zahide Sunal, Chi Li & Melanie Burgess
An autoethnography of broaching in supervision: Joining supervisee and supervisor perspectives on addressing identity, power, and difference
Kelly M. King & Kirby Jones
Learning styles and supervision: A critical review
Jodi L. Tangen

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Meet the Editor

Dr. Borders’ central professional goal is to enhance the practice of clinical supervision, as competent supervision is critical to effective counseling and positive client outcomes. She works toward this goal through all aspects of her role as a counselor educator: teaching and supervision of doctoral students in the CED program; research and scholarship on supervisor training; professional leadership as Editor of The Clinical Supervisor; and professional service opportunities such as taskforces on supervision professional standards, invited presentations at international conferences, and collaborations with international post-doctoral fellows. Dr. Borders’ efforts have been recognized via several research and mentoring awards.

L. DiAnne Borders profile page

EDITOR
L. DiAnne Borders, PhD
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro