FUNDAMENTALS OF CLINICAL SUPERVISION, Third Edition Janine M. Bernard Rodney K. Goodyear "I have used this text since the first edition....It continues to be the definitive work in Supervision." Stephen S. Feit, Idaho State University"Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision is a virtual 'classic' in the field of clinical supervision. I am certain that practitioners from a wide array of mental health disciplines will continue to find this book to be an important professional resource." Madonna G. Constantine, Teachers College, Columbia University"Each time I examine it thoroughly, I find things that I have missed and ways that I can improve my own supervision." Karla D. Carmichael, The University of AlabamaThe most widely-used and respected supervision text in the field, the third edition of this authoritative text covers all content areas required for certification as an Approved Clinical Supervisor, offering a comprehensive review (and informed appraisals) of all leading models and interventions.Highlights of the Third Edition: Offers a comprehensive look at the supervision relationship that must develop if supervision is to be successful and includes a thorough discussion of individual differences. Includes contributions from psychology, counseling, marriage and family therapy, and social work to offer a thorough discussion of central themes that dominate the study and practice of clinical supervision. Covers ethical issues, legal issues, and evaluation. Contains a strong emphasis on different supervision modalities including a complete chapter on live supervision. New student workbook includes exercises and case studies to assist the reader in assimilating and applying text material. NEW STUDENT WORKBOOK: This new workbook includes exercises and case studies to assist the reader in assimilating and applying text material. To order the text and workbook package for your students useISBN: 0-205-41106-1.Bernard, Janine M. is the author of 'Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision', published 2003 under ISBN 9780205388738 and ISBN 0205388736.