The Cultural Context Model in Clinical Supervision.

  • Hernandez P
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This article introduces principles from the Cultural Context Model (CCM) on the training of master's and doctoral level mental health professionals to the field of psychology, highlighting its consistencies using critical psychology principles. The main tenets of the CCM are described and illustrated with examples pertaining to clinical supervision. Clinical practice within the model is described to illustrate the learning tasks involved in the supervisory process. This system of clinical theory and practice offers an expanded family paradigm based on an analysis of societal patterns that contribute to social inequality organizing family and community life., (C) 2008 by the American Psychological Association

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  • cultural context model
  • post colonial
  • supervision

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  • Pilar Hernandez

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