Volume 10, Issue 4 (1981)
Perceptions of a First Year Psychologist
Greg A. Robinson
Based on my wealth of experience (i.e., two years as a classroom teacher and one year as a school psychologist), my thoughts as a first year practitioner have been solicited as to what specific skills are required for someone to be considered an effective supervisor of psychological services. Though my ideas might appear to be too idealistic in terms of my brief experiences, it is hoped that they are representative of other colleagues’ thoughts in the field.
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