Journal of Counseling Research and Practice
An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis: School Counselor Trainees' Experience in Peer Group Supervision
An Interpretive phenomenological analysis was used to explore school counselor trainees’ lived experiences in peer group supervision while in a field practicum course. Utilizing seven participants, four superordinate themes were discovered including organization of the learning environment, understanding, believing, and skill development. Additionally, several sub-themes were found from their experiences. The findings shed light on how peer group supervision is beneficial to school counselors. Authors make recommendations and suggestions for training and practice of counselor educators.
Minor, Jill and Duchac, Neil
"An Interpretive Phenomenological Analysis: School Counselor Trainees' Experience in Peer Group Supervision,"
Journal of Counseling Research and Practice: Vol. 8:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://egrove.olemiss.edu/jcrp/vol8/iss1/3