Open Access Dissertation
Date of Award
TO WHAT EXTENT DOES CLINICAL SUPERVISION AND EXPERIENCE RELATE TO THE SELF-EFFICACY OF COUNSELORS-IN-TRAINING
Advisor: Dr. John Pietrofesa
Major: Counselor Education
Degree: Doctor of Philosophy
Clinical supervision is an integral part of the education and formation of a counselor. The following study focuses on measuring to what degree clinical supervision and experiences relates to the self-efficacy of counselors-in-training. A sample of 106 graduate level counselor education students were surveyed. Those students who have received clinical supervision had significantly higher levels of self-efficacy than who have never experienced clinical supervision. Additionally for those students in the clinical portion of the program it was found that the timing of clinical supervision relates to the counselors-in-training level of self-efficacy. What was found to be ineffective was raising the level of awareness of clinical supervision through the use of a video source and its relation to the level of self-efficacy.
Michalos, Thomas, "To What Extent Does Clinical Supervision And Experience Relate To The Self-Efficacy Of Counselors-In-Training" (2018). Wayne State University Dissertations. 2116.