A Guide to Genetic Counseling, 2nd Edition; Chapter 13 Student Supervision: Strategies for Providing Direction, Guidance, and Support

Chapter 13 is on the topic of clinical supervision. Includes a table applying Bloom's Taxonomy to developing genetic counseling goals, a listing of strategies for effective supervision, verbal techniques, formative and summative evaluation, and an appendix example of a clinical supervision agreement for the genetic counseling setting.

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Note Textbook, 2009, reference
Date of Resource 2009

Genomic Competencies

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Genetic Counselor

  • Professional Development & Practice
    • 21:   Understand the methods, roles and responsibilities of the process of clinical supervision of trainees.
      • 21a:   Engage in active reflection of one's own clinical supervision experiences.
      • 21b:   Identify resources to acquire skills to appropriately supervise trainees.
      • 21c:   Demonstrate understanding of the dynamics and responsibilities of the supervisor/supervisee relationship.