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|Other Titles:||The Critical Factors in the Development of Supervisory Working Alliance: Perspectives of Supervisors and Supervisees|
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
The purpose of this study was to examine the critical factors in the development of supervisory working alliance from bothperspectives of the supervisors and supervisees. Seven supervisor-supervisee dyads participated in the study. Each ofsupervisors and supervisees was interviewed to identify specific factors influencing the alliance formation at the beginningand final stage of supervision. Four domains including supervision structure, supervisor's behaviors, supervisee'sinvolvement, and supervision effects were emerged. Supervisees emphasized that supervisor's care for them was helpful foralliance-building, whereas vogue supervision structure, supervisor's seriousness, and supervisee's anxiety for the supervisoryrelationship were hindering factors. Supervisors highlighted the importance ofsupervisee's active involvement and continualdiscussion of a same client, and hoped that supervisees could express their needs in supervision. The implications of thesefindings and suggestions for future research as well as supervision training and practice were also discussed.
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