Journal / Book Title
Counselor Education & Supervision
Over the past several years, there has been an increased focus on integrating not only multiculturalism in the counseling profession, but also advocacy and social justice. Although the professional literature addresses the importance of cultural competence in supervision, there is a paucity of information about social justice advocacy in relation to the process of counseling supervision. In this article, the authors share a rationale for Integrating a social justice advocacy orientation in supervision, discuss the connection between diversity and social justice advocacy counseling competence, address challenges faced by supervisors, and suggest specific strategies for use in supervision to prepare counselors to be social justice counseling advocates.
MSU Digital Commons Citation
Glosoff, Harriet L. and Durham, Judith C., "Using Supervision to Prepare Social Justice Counseling Advocates" (2010). Department of Counseling Scholarship and Creative Works. 98.
Glosoff, Harriet L., and Judith C. Durham. "Using supervision to prepare social justice counseling advocates." Counselor Education and Supervision 50, no. 2 (2010): 116-129.
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