Rodney K. Goodyear, Carol Falender, and Tony Rousmaniere
Makes the distinction between supervision and consultation and addresses ethical considerations of those professional functions in a private practice setting.
Rodney K. Goodyear, Tony Rousmaniere, and Jeffrey Zimmerman
The premise of this chapter is that training and supervision will foster and enhance mentor competence, which will (a) have positive effects on those they mentor, and (b) in turn, this will increases the quality of service to the clients and organizations those mentees serve. It draws from the small existing literature on mentor supervision as well as the larger psychotherapy supervision literature.