Clinical Supervision Resources and Handouts
The following resources are provided as free downloads to assist you in your supervision practice:
The resources are Copyright Clinical Supervision Services, with permission to reproduce.
Senediak, C., & Spence, S. 1985. Rapid versus Gradual Scheduling of Therapeutic Contact in a Family Based Behavioural Weight Control Programme for Children, Behavioural Psychotherapy, 13, 265 – 287.
Senediak, C. 2000. Clinical Supervision in transcultural mental health, Transcultural Mental Health Centre Occasional Paper 1, 1 – 4.
Senediak, C., & Bowden, M. 2007. Clinical Supervision in Advanced Training in child and adolescent psychiatry: a reflective practice model, Australasian Psychiatry, 15, 276 – 280.
Senediak, C., 2008. Competent cross cultural family assessment: a framework for clinicians, Context, 36 – 38
Senediak, C., 2010. Considering the family in substance misuse treatment, Context, 35 – 38
Senediak, C., 2012. Working with multi-problem high-stressed families and young people with serious behavioural problems, 44 – 48
Senediak, C., 2013. A reflective practice model of clinical supervision. Conference paper presentation: Advances in Clinical Supervision Conference, 55-62
Senediak, C., 2014. Integrating Reflective Practice in Family Therapy Supervision, Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 34, 338-351
Senediak, C. 2015. Practical guidelines for Integrating Reflective Practice in Clinical Supervision for Psychologists, Australian Clinical Psychologist, 1, 3, 24 – 31
Gates, N., & Senediak, C. (2016). Neuropsychology supervision: Incorporating Reflective Practice, Australian Psychologist, doi: 10.1111/ap.12242
Kayrouz, R., Senediak,. C., & Laube, R. (2017). Building a bridge: A case report on communicating mental –health diagnoses to patients of a culturally and linguistically diverse background, Australasian Psychiatry, 25, 5