This course focuses on supervision principles, concepts and theories, including how to be a facilitating supervisor and assist others in their professional growth. Emphasis is on understanding how supervisors can teach counseling theories and techniques to those they supervise, as an integral part of the supervisory process.
4 Undergraduate credits
Effective August 1, 1998 to present
- An appreciation for the complexity of establishing and continuing helpful supervisor relations.
- The Knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to being a human services supervisor.
- The ability to evaluate the quality of a supervisory experience.
- Students will understand the dynamics of working effectively with employees, volunteers, teams, and diverse stakeholders.