About The book

Science of Successful Supervision and Mentorship is a must-read for all speech-language pathology supervisors, whether in practice, returning to the workplace, or seeking to advance their abilities.

Today’s standards in the healthcare industry demand cutting edge leadership skills. With a global perspective, this book addresses the huge gap faced by students in the leap to clinical practice, drawing on the latest research, and contains commentary from leadership of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

Currently, there is no other book, and little in the way of curricular guidance for this growing and critical area of professional training for SLPs. The author covers the scientific underpinnings of successful supervision and mentorship and, uniquely, uses a case study approach to present each of the teaching/supervision exemplars. With competencies and strategies for clinical education at the highest level, Science of Successful Supervision and Mentorship is original and comprehensive in its accounts of practitioners and their practice.

About The Author

Linda S. Carozza, PhD, CCC-SLP, is the Founding Director of the MS program in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Pace University in New York City, as well as a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at New York University Langone Medical Center. She has authored several books, numerous articles and is a frequent invited speaker. Her research and practice is in adult neurogenic communication disorders.

Table oF Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Dedication
  • ASHA Interviews

  • Section One – Understanding the Issues
    • Chapter 1: Introduction: Definitions and Introduction to concepts
    • Chapter 2: Issues in Supervision Research: A Case Study Approach
    • Chapter 3: Current Approaches to Issues in Supervision Research
    • Chapter 4: Multiple Perspectives Contributing to Supervision and Mentorship
    • Chapter 5: Ethical Considerations in Supervision and Mentorship

  • Section Two – Developing Knowledge and Skills as a Supervisor and Mentor
    • Chapter 6: Supervisory Competencies and Strategies
    • Chapter 7: Evidence Based Practice: Interplay between Research and Practice
    • Chapter 8: Insights into Mentorship and Supervision
    • Chapter 9: Model of Mentorship: Expert Practice
      Andrea Moxley

  • Section Three – Creating Supportive Contexts for Supervision and Mentorship
    • Chapter 10: Learning from Experience: Future Directions for Clinical Supervision
      Patrick Walden
    • Chapter 11: Conclusions

  • Appendix
  • KASA
  • Student/Supervisor Rating Forms
  • Behrens & Carozza Case Study
  • References
  • Additional Resources

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