The Professional Counselor
Supervision is an integral component of counselor development with the objective of ensuring safe and effective counseling for clients. Wellness also is an important element of counseling and often labeled as the cornerstone of the counseling profession. Literature on supervision contains few models that have a wellness focus or component; however, wellness is fundamental to counseling and the training of counselors, and is primary in developmental, strengths-based counseling. The purpose of this article is to introduce an integrative wellness model for counseling supervision that incorporates existing models of supervision, matching the developmental needs of counselors-in-training and theoretical tenets of wellness.
Blount, Ashley J. and Mullen, Patrick R., "Development of an Integrative Wellness Model: Supervising Counselors-in-Training" (2015). Counseling Faculty Publications. 7.
Blount, A. J., & Mullen, P. R. (March, 2015). Development of the integrative wellness model: Supervising counselors-in-training. The Professional Counselor, 5, 100-113. doi: 10.15241/ajb.5.1.100
This article was originally published here: http://tpcjournal.nbcc.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Pages-100-113-Blount.pdf.