Table of Contents

Introduction and Acknowledgements



Clinical Supervision and Clinical Practice Guidelines

A. Overview

B. Staff Qualifications

C. Guidelines for Clinical Practice and Clinical Supervision

1. Introduction

2. Basic Expectations of High Quality Practice

3. Basic Functions of High Quality Practice

4. The Practice Wheel: A Practice Model Defines the Principles and Organizing Functions Used by Practitioners

5. Clinical Supervision as a Foundation For Strong Clinical Practice

6. Individual Practitioner Level Supervision

7. Group Level Supervision

8. Organizational Level Benefits of Clinical Supervision

9. Organizational Expectations

10. Guiding Values and Principles of Practice

11. State Monitoring of Clinical Practice and Clinical Supervision

12. Clinical Supervision Documentation

13. Clinical Practice Improvement

14. Technical Assistance from the State

The Clinical Supervision Experience

A. Introduction

B. Best Practice Guidelines

C. The Clinical Supervision Relationship

D. The Rights and Responsibilities of Supervisor and Supervisee

E. The Supervision Plan

F. Documenting supervision: Clinical Supervision Record

Clinical Supervision Preparation Tools

Models of Clinical Supervision, Defined

A. Psychotherapy-based Models of Supervision

1. Psychodynamic Approach to Supervision

2. Cognitive-Behavioral Supervision

3. Person-Centered Supervision

B. Developmental Models of Supervision

1. Integrated Development Model

2. Ronnestad and Skovholt’s Model

C. Integrative Models of Supervision

1. Technical Eclecticism

2. Bernard’s Discrimination Model

3. Systems Approach

D. Reflective Supervision

1. Reflection

2. Collaboration

3. Regularity

E. Reflective Supervision Infant Mental Health

F. References

Clinical Supervision-Methods and Types

A. Methods of Clinical Supervision

1. In person clinical supervision

2. Tele supervision

B. Type of Clinical Supervision

1. Individual Clinical Supervision

2. Group Supervision

3. Interdisciplinary supervision

C. References

Clinical Supervision Session: BRIDGING FORM

Behavioral Health Integration

A. Integration and Collaborative Care

B. Tools

1. Five Levels of Integration

2. A Quick Start Guide to Behavioral Health Integration for Safety-Net Primary Care Providers

C. References

Where to locate training approved for CEU’s

For Psychologists

For Social Workers

Appendix A: Evaluation Tools

Appendix B: Treat First Approach Tip Sheets

Appendix C: Case Discussion Guide for Reflective Practice

Appendix D: Clinical Reasoning Organizers

Appendix E: Statutes and Regulations


New Mexico Licensing Boards

Appendix F: State Licensing and Credentialing Boards

Appendix G: Additional References