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Supervision: Effective Clinical Relationships with your Supervisees
6 CEUs Cultural Diversity & Ethical Boundaries: Freedom from Stereotypes

Section 10
Boundaries and Dangers in the Supervisory Relationship

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Teaching Interpreted Counseling Practice: A Step Toward Multicultural Competence
We conducted an interpretative phenomenological analysis of five counseling students' experiences collaborating with American Sign Language–interpreting students during counseling practice sessions. Themes were identified in developmental domains of counselor self‐awareness, counseling relationship, and advocacy interventions. Interdisciplinary collaboration led students to address cultural deficiency models and increase multicultural competency and efforts in social justice.
Counselor Trainee Self‐Perceived Disability Competence: Implications for Training
We explored the relationship between master's‐level counseling students' (N = 285) disability competence, disability‐related life experience, and multicultural course completion. Results indicated disability‐related life experience and multicultural course completion may differentially affect self‐perceived disability competence. Implications and recommendations for counselor training are discussed.
International Counseling Doctoral Students' Teaching Preparation: A Phenomenological Study
We conducted a phenomenological study of teaching preparation with 11 international counseling doctoral students. We identified four primary themes: (a) international identity becomes salient in teaching, (b) acculturation occurs in teaching, (c) teaching is relational, and (d) support system is critical to teaching preparation. Multicultural implications for preparing international doctoral students as emerging counselor educators are provided.
Predictors of Broaching: Multicultural Competence, Racial Color Blindness, and Interpersonal Communication
Predictors of broaching race for trainees and professionals (N = 85) seeing clients were examined in a correlational design. Results showed multicultural competence was a strong positive predictor of broaching, color blindness was a moderate negative predictor, and interpersonal communication as a predictor was mediated by multicultural competence. Demographics and experience were also studied to guide recommendations for broaching.
Counselor Education Doctoral Students' Lived Experiences With Supervision of Teaching
In this descriptive phenomenological study, we investigated 10 counselor education doctoral students' experiences with supervision of their teaching. Three supervision of teaching (SupT) structural themes were identified: delivery, dynamics, and distinctions. Implications for implementing SupT on the basis of these structures are discussed, along with the limitations of this study and suggestions for future research. A working definition of SupT is provided.

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