The Effects of a Wellness Intervention in Supervision

  • Storlie C
  • Smith C
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This study investigated the use of a wellness intervention in clinical supervision among counselors in training. Wellness and supervisory working alliance were measured through the use of the Five Factor Wellness Inventory (Myers & Sweeney, 2005b) and Supervisory Working Alliance Inventory ? Trainee Version (Efstation, Patton, & Kardash, 1990) and compared to those who had not received the wellness intervention. Results indicated that total wellness measures increased among those who received the intervention. However, the use of a wellness intervention appeared to have a limited impact in strengthening the supervisory working alliance.

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  • supervision
  • supervisory working alliance
  • wellness

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  • Cassandra A. Storlie

  • Carol Klose Smith

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