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Group supervision is an often used modality of supervision for post-degree and practicing counselors. Despite its wide use, practicing supervisors in the community receive little to no training in group supervision methods and practices. This article is intended to review several key practices and models of group supervision. In total, two practice considerations for forming supervision groups and five models of group supervision are outlined. The article concludes with a brief integration of these models and several suggestions for practice are offered.

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Linton, J. M. (2005). Group Supervision: A Review of Practices and Models in Training, Dimensions of Counseling, 33(1), 10-16. doi:10.22237/mijoc/1122854520





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