Factors Influencing Supervisee Perceptions of Critical Feedback Validity
supervision, feedback, attachment, content analysis, validity
Counselor Education and Supervision
The authors investigated supervisees’ (N = 93) memories of critical feedback and validity ratings of that feedback. Supervisees most often recalled critical feedback about their counseling performance skills. Attachment avoidance, the supervisory relationship, and critical feedback of counseling skills and professional behaviors were significantly related to perceived feedback validity.
McKibben, W. B.,
Borders, L. D.,
(2019). Factors Influencing Supervisee Perceptions of Critical Feedback Validity. Counselor Education and Supervision, 58(4), 242-256.
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