My friend, Dr. Steven Brownlow, founder of ADEPT Psychology, recently wrote a very insightful blog post on his view of counselor supervision. Check out the article here:
In the article he brings up some very good points:
"Therapy outcomes rely more on the qualities of the therapist than on the theory the therapist follows." The therapeutic alliance, or relationship between client and therapist is the catalyst for change. No theory of counseling can teach the ability to connect with another person.
Dr. Brownlow discusses intuition, and how to engage clients to switch from "hoping and coping" to true change and growth.
Great article. Take a look.