Title

Ethical Mixed Cultural Clinical Supervision

Author Information

Omar Fawzy

Conference Strand

Ethical Issues in Professional Counseling

Abstract

Providing multicultural supervision is a fundamental tenant of counseling education and supervision. Before supervisors provide supervision, it is important for them to reflect on their own cultural biases when supervising a person different from themselves. With research suggesting that master’s level students report a lack of skills/interventions as it pertains to multicultural, supervisors are in a great position to model skills for their supervisors.

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Format

Individual Presentations

Biographical Sketch

Omar Fawzy, LGPC, PhD Student

Location

Room 115

Start Date

2-17-2017 2:30 PM

End Date

2-17-2017 3:45 PM

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Ethical Mixed Cultural Clinical Supervision

Room 115

Providing multicultural supervision is a fundamental tenant of counseling education and supervision. Before supervisors provide supervision, it is important for them to reflect on their own cultural biases when supervising a person different from themselves. With research suggesting that master’s level students report a lack of skills/interventions as it pertains to multicultural, supervisors are in a great position to model skills for their supervisors.