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May 18, TPC Developer One Dusty Destler Streamlined supervision frameworks are needed to enhance and progress the practice and training of supervisors. This author proposes the SuperSkills Model SSMgrounded in the practice of microskills and supervision common factors, with a focus on the development and foundational learning of supervisors-in-training.
The SSM worksheet prompts for competency-based supervisory behaviors from pre-session to post-session, highlighting a culturally aware supervisory relationship; goals and tasks; and feedback and reflection. The versatility of the SSM allows for utility in various settings, accommodates supervisor developmental level, and may be used to evaluate supervisor-in-training development.
Compared to literature on training counselors, literature on training supervisors has received less attention and the topic is less understood Watkins, Thus, it is not surprising that systems of development for counselors-in-training CITs are more advanced than systems for supervisors-in-training SITs; Watkins, Although much overlap exists in counseling and supervision tasks, the process of supervision adds more skill complexity than clinical tasks alone Pearson, A movement toward efficient methods of training supervisors should be informed by existing theory.
Identifying with a theoretical model is paramount to facilitating growth in CITs Lampropoulos, Various models of supervision have been proposed. Bernard and Goodyear broadly delineated first-wave supervision models into one of three categories: Second-wave models are more eclectic, with the ability to combine or cycle between first-wave models as needed.
Established theories of supervision may be enhanced when translated through microskills, which focus on specific behaviors to link theory and practice Ivey, ; Ivey et al.
Any model that is chosen or created for effective supervisory training should be competency-based, and microskills may be a viable option. The SuperSkills Model SSM proposed in this article combines microskills training with supervision common factors to create a framework with which to enhance the development and training of supervisors.
The SSM worksheet provides a consolidated and user-friendly tool to assist with the supervision of SITs please contact the author for a copy of the worksheet.
A Brief Background of Microskills The use of microskills as a training instrument was born from the world of education. Succinctly, microtraining uses a systematic format to teach individual helping skills and may utilize recordings of practice, step-by-step training, and self-observation Ivey et al.
Fortune, Cooper, and Allen simplified and codified teaching skills into a model they called micro-teaching, aiming to provide students with an introduction to the experience and practice of teaching.
The model provided experienced teachers with a vehicle for training novice teachers and gave the research team more control to track training effects. When Ivey and colleagues introduced microskills within mental health care, they proposed the training of microcounseling, which focused on the specific behaviors of counseling skills, as useful in counselor education for the quick and effective teaching of counselor trainees.
The concept of utilizing microskills in the process of training supervisors has been broached by other researchers.
Richardson and Bradley combined microskills and supervision training to create a microsupervision model, which breaks down the supervision skill acquisition process to assessment, modeling, and transfer. The proposed SSM acts to fill potential deficiencies by balancing focus between more detailed supervisory actions and a wider breadth of supervisory behaviors.Motivational Interviewing: A Tool for Behavior Change.
Abstract: Applying the principles of motivational interviewing to everyday patient interactions has been proved effective in eliciting "behavior change" that contributes to positive health outcomes and improved patient–physician communication.
Current Procedural Terminology codes are available to aid in obtaining reimbursement for time. Mar 15, · Common Assignment: Interviewing Hillary about a change she is thinking about making. Workshop One - Dropbox Video Demonstration Introduction and Alignment Developing the skills of interviewing can be challenging.
Often people believe they have a natural ability to listen when what they are typically doing is asking questions or trying to solve the problem for the client before really understanding the whole story.
In this assignment you will view two interview examples. The skill of listening is a skill that I believe everyone should have but most people lack. Many people do not realize that listening is not merely the act of hearing a sound but of paying close attention to what someone is saying and trying to understand the message that they are trying to relate to you.
Behavioral Interviewing and Question Bank Behavioral interviewing is a common practice during the hiring process. This type of interview is based on the idea that the best way to predict your future performance is to examine your past performance in similar situations.
The manager may be greatly or minimally involved with recruiting, interviewing, and selecting personnel depending on (a) the size of the institution, (b) the existence of a separate personnel department, (c) the presence of a nurse recruiter within the organization, and (d) the use of centralized or decentralized nursing management.