Supervising School Counselors and Interns: Resources for Site Supervisors

  title={Supervising School Counselors and Interns: Resources for Site Supervisors},
  author={Sandy Magnuson and Linda L. Black and Ken Norem},
  journal={Journal of Professional Counseling: Practice, Theory \& Research},
  pages={15 - 4}
Abstract This article features a review of selected resources related to supervision of school counselors and school counselors-in-training during their internship. These resources are grouped by professional associations, needs of the supervisee, needs of the supervisor, and needs of the supervisory relationship. The resources presented are not meant to be exhaustive; rather, they are intended to provide a collection of focused and practical resources for practicing school counselors who… Expand

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