Agreement and Discrepancy Between Supervisor and Clinician Alliance: Associations with Clinicians’ Perceptions of Psychological Climate and Emotional Exhaustion
Graduate School of Social Work
Supervision, Clinicians, Evidence-based treatment (EBT), Agreement and discrepancy
Despite increasing interest in supervision as a leverage point for bolstering public mental health services, the potential influence of supervisory alliance on organizations and direct service providers remains understudied, particularly in the context of supporting evidence-based treatment (EBT) use. This study examined agreement and discrepancy between supervisor and clinician ratings of alliance associated with clinicians’ perceptions of psychological climate and emotional exhaustion. Results indicated that discrepancies in alliance ratings were common and associated with clinicians’ perceptions of psychological climate. These findings have important implications for collaboration among supervisors and clinicians within a community mental health organizational context and the provision of EBTs.
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Locke, J., Violante, S., Pullmann, M. D., Kerns, S. E. U., . . . Dorsey, Shannon. (2018). Agreement and Discrepancy Between Supervisor and Clinician Alliance: Associations with Clinicians’ Perceptions of Psychological Climate and Emotional Exhaustion. Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 45(3), 505-517. DOI: 10.1007/s10488-017-0841-y.