Counselling supervision in Hong Kong: a qualitative study of the intern experience
Tse, Pui Chi (2014) Counselling supervision in Hong Kong: a qualitative study of the intern experience. EdD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Internship and supervision are prerequisites for professional counselling training and are vital for professional efficacy. However, research of these training functions in the Hong Kong counselling professional context has been limited. This study aims to explore student counsellors’ perceptions and experience of the counselling supervision in their training within a university-based counselling programme in Hong Kong. The research focuses on how far the culture and cultural assumptions affect the learning process when facing success, struggles and difficulties, and what constitutes and hinders an effective supervision environment for student counsellors.
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