Training Psychologists for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Raw World A Rubric for Supervisors
Empirically supported treatments (EST) hold much promise in relieving psychological distress and dysfunction. However, various obstacles to effective training and clinical practice have truncated dissemination efforts. One such obstacle is the perceived applicability of EST procedures to raw world clinical practice. This article proposes a rubric for supervision that emphasizes case conceptualization, the use of immediacy in session, tolerating negative affect, harvesting open attitudes, cultural responsiveness, and technical proficiency. Several specific training strategies and supervisory processes are recommended.
"Training Psychologists for Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in the Raw World A Rubric for Supervisors" (2009). Faculty Bibliography 2000s. 1543.