Studying process and proximal outcomes of supervision for motivational interviewing
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This report applies competency-based supervision using a psychotherapy-based approach for training and supervision in motivational interviewing (MI). Procedures and measures are presented for assessing training outcomes and quality of ongoing supervision processes (N = 36). Simple pre-post test design is utilized followed by a series of t-tests and correlations to illustrate applicability of the psychotherapybased approach to training and supervision. Although some analyses were underpowered, results support this psychotherapy-based approach to training and supervision. Supervision processes and outcomes are an understudied area in general, and in particular the literature has yet to articulate a competency-based approach to training and supervising in MI. Procedures presented here can be used to assess and maintain training and supervision quality.
Training and Education in Professional Psychology
Stein, L. A., Mary Clair, Shayna Soenksen-Bassett, Rosemarie A. Martin, and Jennifer G. Clarke. "Studying process and proximal outcomes of supervision for motivational interviewing." Training and Education in Professional Psychology 9, 2 (2015): 175-182. doi:10.1037/tep0000073.