Comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and authoritative,Fundamentals of Clinical Supervisioncontinues to be the most widely used and respected text in its field. Recognizing the overlap between the mental health disciplines and supervision modalities, the authors have integrated psychology, counseling, family therapy, and social work to fully cover the central themes that dominate the study and practice of clinical supervision. With a focus on developing the supervision relationship, the text contains all content areas required for certification as an Approved Clinical Supervisor, offering a complete review and informed appraisals of all leading models, interventions, and research. New to this edition: A comprehensive emphasis on contributions from other countries, including key writings from international authors that help students increase their perspectives on diversity. Increased attention to technology in the delivery of clinical supervision,including a new section that helps students look at the ways in which technology assists supervisors. The inclusion of spirituality as an aspect of diversity,whichkeeps students up to date on aspects of cultural diversity such as spirituality that continue to expand and become more important in the field. New material on professionally impaired supervisees and boundary violations,which isreviewed in-depth, familiarizing students with two topics of great concern to all supervisors. To package this title withClinical Supervision: A Handbook for Practitionersby MarijaneFall and John M. Sutton, Jr.,use ISBN# 0132076195.Bernard, Janine M. is the author of 'Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision', published 2008 under ISBN 9780205591787 and ISBN 0205591787.