Journal of Counseling Research and Practice
Examining the clinical supervision experiences of minority supervisees with different backgrounds than their White supervisors is essential. Weak supervisory relationships can adversely affect a supervisee’s professional competency, which in turn can negatively influence the client. This study explored the experiences of ten Racial/ethnic minority supervisees in a cross-cultural supervision setting. Using consensual qualitative research (CQR), three domains emerged: (a) cultural sensitivity, (b) cultural competency, and (c) relationship building. The outcome of this study highlights the types of training in counselor education that supervisors should consider when working with supervisees from different cultural backgrounds.
Jang, Hansori; Bang, Na Mi; Byrd, Janice A.; and Smith, Carol K.
"Cross-Cultural Supervision: Racial/Ethnic Minority Supervisees' Perspectives,"
Journal of Counseling Research and Practice: Vol. 5:
2, Article 2.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jcrp/vol5/iss2/2