Current and preferred clinical supervision experiences of home-based treatment providers

John R. Culbreth, Mark S. Woodford, Dana Heller Levitt, Kathleen M. May

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Home-based service providers often work in high pressure and independent practice. The supervision needs and practices of this group need to be investigated to better understand the unique circumstances of this sub-specialty and the relationship to supervision. A sample of home-based service providers was surveyed to determine their current and preferred supervision practices. Results from a descriptive statistical analysis of responses indicated that most of the home-based service providers were currently receiving the type of supervision that they preferred with a few exceptions. Within-group analyses revealed minimal differences in preferred supervision based on the educational discipline of the respondent (counseling, social work, psychology).

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)83-99
Number of pages17
JournalClinical Supervisor
Issue number1
StatePublished - 21 Jun 2005


  • Counselors
  • Home-based treatment
  • Supervisees
  • Supervision


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