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Clinical supervision is now being acknowledged as a distinct professional competency, the major cornerstone of clinical training and transmission of the psychology profession and its practices to future generations. This symposium will address multicultural and global approaches to training and practices of supervision. Within the past decade greater attention is being directed to clinical supervision with the development of regulations and attention to ethics in training. Presenters in this symposium will address clinical supervision through the lens of their local setting, culture, ethical standards, and viewpoints: Norway, South Africa, and the United States. Focus areas will include the state of the art of supervision, regulation, effective supervision practices, supervisor training. and what we can learn from their experience, through a cultural and contextual lens. The ethical implications for supervisors and supervisees will be discussed including the extent which they realize their responsibilities and obligations.
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