Toward promoting generative cultures of intentional mentoring within academic settings.

@article{Ponce2005TowardPG,
  title={Toward promoting generative cultures of intentional mentoring within academic settings.},
  author={Allison N. Ponce and Michelle K. Williams and George J. Allen},
  journal={Journal of clinical psychology},
  year={2005},
  volume={61 9},
  pages={1159-63}
}
Mentoring promotes ongoing learning of clinical psychologists, regardless of their expertise and experience. Most academic programs, however, do not possess vigorous mentoring cultures in which mentors simultaneously are learners. Academic programs are largely based on "mastery" philosophies that tacitly aim mentoring at less-experienced peers. This orientation can make stigmatizing mentoring opportunities, especially for psychologists from underrepresented populations. Using concepts from… CONTINUE READING

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