This exciting new handbook on clinical supervision is written by practitioners, driven by clinical practice, and focused solely on practice. Clinical Supervision: A Handbook for Practitioners provides readers with an abundance of practical application exercises, examples, cases studies, demonstration transcripts and discussion questions that translate into real world supervision. The authors guide students through the clinical supervision process while presenting many of the important issues supervisors face along the way. Features How to Do Clinical Supervision: This unique section is oriented toward the practitioner and the practices of clinical supervision. The section begins with the preparation of the supervisee and supervisor and proceeds through the process of clinical supervision. There are no other texts that address all of this material in one place. Typical Problems in Clinical Supervision: Twelve scenarios address many of the common issues inexperienced supervisors face. Case Study Vignettes with Questions: Section Three includes a group of 17 different cases with questions that detail actual clinical practices and are designed to facilitate group discussion. Practice Examples: These brief examples provide students with the opportunity to test out skills in focusing supervisees and in understanding consequences of various alternative choices. Demonstration Transcripts: These transcripts allow students to learn from observing how more experienced supervisors supervise in live demonstrations. In-chapter exercises are included in Sections One and Two. Discussion questions are located throughout the text to enhance practical skills and knowledge. Related titles Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision, 3/e Janine M. Bernard Rodney K. Goodyear ISBN# 0-205-38873-6 Clinical Supervisor Training: An Interactive CD-ROM Training Program for the Helping Professions, 1/e Michael L. Baltimore Lori Brown Crutchfield ISBN# 0-205-34379-1Fall, Marijane is the author of 'Clinical Supervision A Handbook for Practicioners' with ISBN 9780205408511 and ISBN 0205408516.