Counseling can be a balancing act. On this podcast, part of the PodTalk Network, the hosts Dr. Angela Schubert and Gina Martin will be interviewing current counseling supervisors to have conversations about supervision and the many facets that go into facilitating a supervisory relationship. If you are looking for more perspectives on how to handle those challenging conversations in counseling supervision, or if you are a student learning how to approach a supervisor, this podcast will appeal to you.
ST008 - Dr. Borders and all things Supervision
Dr. L. DiAnne Borders talks about her prolific research in Supervision, some things she has learned over the years, and her experience in clinical Supervision and the effect that has had on her research.
ST007 - Clinical Supervision Time
Dr. Jacob Priest joins Supervision Time with hosts Dr. Angela Schubert and Gina Martin to talk about his experiences conducting supervision in a clinical setting and maximizing community relationships with underserved populations
ST006: Sexuality and Supervision
Dr. Reka Farago joins us on Supervision Time to discuss sexuality in supervision. She has been focused on sexuality counseling throughout her career and incorporates that focus into supervision. In this episode, she dives into what sexuality topics might look like in supervision, as well as some of the challenges and discomforts that come with the territory.
ST005: Supervision in School Counseling and Special Populations
Dr. Melissa Luke discusses research trends, mixed with some personal anecdotes about her experiences in academic, as well as, clinical supervision. She opens up to discuss the academic process, mentoring, leadership, and her own passions in terms of research on supervision models and the process of supervision.
ST004: Reflective Practitioner Time
Dr. Angela Schubert and Gina Martin have the pleasure of speaking with Gideon Litherland, an Adjunct Professor and University Supervisor at the Family Institute at Northwestern University, as he discusses his experience in conducting Reflective Practitioner Supervision and the importance of incorporating self-reflection throughout the supervisory experience.
ST003 - Preparing Students and Incoming Clinicians for Suicide
On this episode of Supervision Time, co-hosts Dr. Angela Schubert and Gina Martin have the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Jessica Z. Taylor on a topic we are all too familiar with, yet, potentially unprepared for - suicide intervention and prevention. How do we as clinical supervisors and counselor educators prepare our students and interns for client suicidality? We will explore the concept of preparing students and interns for suicide assessment and intervention, and most importantly, self-care.