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Supervision Complexity Model (C. E. Watkins, Jr., (1990a, b) Supervision Complexity Model (C. E. Watkins, Jr., (1990a, b) Four Developmental Tasks: 1.

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1 Supervision Complexity Model (C. E. Watkins, Jr., (1990a, b) Supervision Complexity Model (C. E. Watkins, Jr., (1990a, b) Four Developmental Tasks: 1. 1.Competence vs. Incompetence Autonomy vs. Dependency Identity vs. Identity Diffusion Self-awareness vs. Unawareness Four Developmental Tasks: 1. 1.Competence vs. Incompetence Autonomy vs. Dependency Identity vs. Identity Diffusion Self-awareness vs. Unawareness

2 Stage I - Role Shock Stage II - Role Recovery & Transition Stage III - Role Consolidation Stage IV - Role Mastery Stage I - Role Shock Stage II - Role Recovery & Transition Stage III - Role Consolidation Stage IV - Role Mastery Supervision Complexity Model Four Stages

3 Supervision Complexity Model Stage I - Role Shock Supervisor struggles with Imposter Phenomenon “ Playing the Role of Supervisor ” “ Playing the Role of Supervisor ” Supervisor struggles with Imposter Phenomenon “ Playing the Role of Supervisor ” “ Playing the Role of Supervisor ” Copes with insecurity by: (1) being concrete (2) being rule-oriented (3) avoiding process issues (a low tolerance for ambiguity) (a low tolerance for ambiguity) Copes with insecurity by: (1) being concrete (2) being rule-oriented (3) avoiding process issues (a low tolerance for ambiguity) (a low tolerance for ambiguity)

4 Stage II - Role Recovery & Transition Self-confidence begins to increase & Supervisory Identity begins to form Self-confidence begins to increase & Supervisory Identity begins to form Budding Identity & Confidence lead to: (1) wide fluctuations in self-appraisal (2) increase tolerance for ambiguity (3) notation of process issues (4) low ability to address process issues Budding Identity & Confidence lead to: (1) wide fluctuations in self-appraisal (2) increase tolerance for ambiguity (3) notation of process issues (4) low ability to address process issues Supervision Complexity Model

5 Stage III - Role Consolidation Characterized by Increased Consistency (1) thought & action more congruent (2) congruence between self-confidence & self-appraisal self-appraisal (3) better understanding of supervisory role (4) ability to integrate process issues (e.g., transference & counter-transference) (e.g., transference & counter-transference) Characterized by Increased Consistency (1) thought & action more congruent (2) congruence between self-confidence & self-appraisal self-appraisal (3) better understanding of supervisory role (4) ability to integrate process issues (e.g., transference & counter-transference) (e.g., transference & counter-transference) Supervision Complexity Model

6 Stage IV - Role Mastery Integrated sense of Identity and Confidence Supervisor’s behavior is: (1) consistently based on theory (2) personalized (3) adaptable and open Supervisor’s behavior is: (1) consistently based on theory (2) personalized (3) adaptable and open Supervision Complexity Model


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