A Manual for Evidence-Based CBT Supervision
May 2017, Wiley-Blackwell
The effectiveness of CBT depends on the quality of the supervision and training that is provided to its practitioners. A Manual for Evidence-Based CBT Supervision is intended to significantly strengthen the available resources for training and supporting CBT supervisors. The authors drew on the insights of many accredited CBT supervisors to develop the guidance, and the work is built firmly on an evidence-based approach.
This manual will also be useful for individual supervisors and to those who support and guide trainers and supervisors (e.g., peer groups, consultants, managers, administrators, training directors), as the authors include training supervision guidelines and training materials (e.g., video clips, guidelines and PowerPoint slides).
In summary, this manual provides critical guidance in a number of areas:
- Training resources and evidence based guidance to individual supervisors in a continuing education/professional development workshop format
- Criteria and guidance (including measurement tools and competence standards) to support the certification of supervisors
- Assisting in a “train the trainers” approach suitable for agency or organization-based training of supervisors
- Coaching and training supervisors and supervisees remotely, through supplementary materials and an interactive website
About the Authors viii
1 Introduction and Overview of Enhanced CBT Supervision 1
2 Guiding Principles behind Our CBT Supervision Manual 14
3 The Context for CBT Supervision 32
4 Training CBT Supervisors 57
5 The Alliance in CBT Supervision 79
6 Goal‐Setting in CBT Supervision 104
7 Facilitating Learning in CBT Supervision 128
8 Feedback and Evaluation in CBT Supervision 153
9 Support and Guidance in CBT Supervision 179
10 Concluding Remarks 198
Appendix: Video catalogue 205
Derek Milne is a former Director of the Newcastle University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology training programme. In addition to practicing as a clinical psychologist within the National Health Service and teaching within Higher Education, he has been a supervisor, a trainer of supervisors, and a supervision researcher. He wrote Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision (2009) and is the co–editor of The Wiley International Handbook of Clinical Supervision (2014).
Dr. Reiser, a licensed clinical psychologist in California and a Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, has been an active clinical supervisor over the past 20 years with 8 years’ experience in running a training clinic for an APA approved doctoral program; as a consulting supervisor providing CBT training to Veterans Administration clinicians within the CBT -D national training program; and, currently, he supervises medical residents in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Francisco.