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Supervising Student Internships in Human Services

By Carlton Munson

Routledge – 1984 – 92 pages

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    978-0-86656-301-7
    December 31st 1983

Description

Fully demonstrates the supervisor’s role as a source of guidance, support, and inspiration for the student intern in human services.

Contents

Contents Learning to Interview: The Quality of Training Opportunities

  • Student Supervision: An Educational Process
  • Teaching the Theory and Practice of Student Supervision: A Short-Term Model Based on Principles of Adult
  • Achieving Quality Field Instruction in Part-Time Graduate Social Work Programs
  • An Analysis of Student Perceptions of the Supervisory Conference and Student Developed Agendas for that Conference
  • Mentor-Mentee Match in Training Programs Based on Chickering’s Vectors of Development
  • Reference Notes Included

Name: Supervising Student Internships in Human Services (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: By Carlton Munson. Fully demonstrates the supervisor’s role as a source of guidance, support, and inspiration for the student intern in human services.
Categories: Mental Health, Practicum-Internship-Supervision, School & Youth Counseling, Consultation& Counseling Administration