AN EXPLORATION OF SUPERVISORS' EXPERIENCES OF SUPERVISORY WORKING ALLIANCE AND SESSION FACTORS WHEN FACILITATING DISTANCE-DELIVERED CLINICAL SUPERVISION
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
This dissertation examined supervisors' experiences of factors that may affect the facilitation of distance-delivered clinical supervision. Factors impacting the facilitation of face-to-face supervision such as supervisory working alliance, session factors, and specific approaches and techniques were used as a guide for future exploration of these same factors in distance-delivered clinical supervision. This study utilized a phenomenological approach to analyze supervisor interviews conducted via teleconference. The primary researcher and an independent analyst used a combination of open and axial coding procedures to analyze data. Study results were presented textually and graphically, illustrating potential relationships between themes and subthemes illuminated from the data.
CLINICAL SUPERVISIONCOUNSELINGONLINE SUPERVISIONQUALITATIVE
Abrams, LyndonHarris, HenryMerriweather, LisaBlowers, Anita
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2014.
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