Supervision of counselors-in-training working with clients with HIV

Werth Jr., James L.; Carney, Jamie S.
September 1996
Counselor Education & Supervision;Sep96, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p37
Academic Journal
Examines eight critical issues encountered by supervisees of counselors-in-training who work with clients with HIV. Use of the framework provided by C. Loganbill, E. Hardy and U. Delworth; Issues of competence, emotional awareness, autonomy, identity, respect for individual differences, purpose and direction, personal motivation, and professional ethics.


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