The Supervisory Feedback Process (S.F.P.) was developed by Robert Klein and Martha Ann Zehner in 1976. It was first used in the Advanced Clinical Training Program in Alcoholism in Rosemont, Pennsylvania. The authors felt after several years experience in doing training in the drug and alcohol and mental health fields that there was a lack of a specific training tool which allowed for the recognition of the inherent sensitivity of the trainee and the opportunity which allowed for specific constructive feedback and teaching by the trainer.
KeywordsClinical Supervision Mental Health Field Inherent Sensitivity Unfinished Business Competent Counselor
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