Module 3 Quiz Please circle if the following is an aim, goal or not part of supervision. (a = aim (what the profession wants); g = goal (what you would like to achieve with supervisee/in supervsion) ; n = not part of Supervision) Clinical governance Providing feedback Teaching Management Assessment/evaluation Safety of care Discipline Profession monitoring Consultation Skills enhancement Retention of resources Reporting process Continuing professional development Consumer safety Psychotherapy Reduce burnout Increase professional competence a/g/n a/g/n a / g /n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/ g / n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n a/g/n Please indicate if the following statements are true or false 1. The supervisor/supervisee alliance is not as important as the client/supervisee relationship – T/F? 2. Effective supervision also offers you an opportunity to manage your supervisee work load and clinical record management particularly with “newer” Psychologists – T/F? 3. Evaluation of your supervisee should only occur at the beginning and end of your supervision work together -T/F? 4. Part of maintaining good supervisory boundaries includes ensuring that frequency of contact is negotiated, there is a clear agenda, and the sessions are free of interruptions – T/F? 5. Supervision offers more to the supervisee than the supervisor – T/F? 6. Good supervision offers the supervisee an opportunity to work through unresolved issues from childhood – T/F? 7. Countertransference is only an issue when working with a client and not in supervision – T/F? 8. At all cost you MUST stop the supervisee from disclosing any personal content in supervision – T/F? 9. Part of the development of a supervisor includes considering questions around, will they like me, am I being helpful and am I instilling ethical practice – T/F? 10. A good supervisee respects and maintains the boundaries of supervision – T/F? Module 5 Quiz Please indicate if the following statements are true or false 1. Psychology sets out, as it’s primary aim, to seek commonalities or averages among people (e.g. normal distribution) – T/F? 2. Psychologists are unbiased people –T/F? 3. Consideration of diversity is also a consideration about the impact/effects of marginalization and disempowerment – T/F? 4. In order to consider questions around diversity it is not necessary to reflect one’s own personal experiences – T/F? 5. The power imbalance makes it imperative that the supervisor raise issues of diversity with the supervisee – T/F? 6. Psychologists are not required to seek out information relating to their client’s individual cultural or diversity background – T/F? 7. Issues of diversity have not affected the way Psychology as a profession has been shaped – T/F? 8. It is not the task of Psychology to address issues of racism for example, within their workplace – T/F? 9. Race, culture, ethnicity and multiculturalism are not interchangeable – T/F? 10. It is not the task of the supervisor to establish with the supervisee a sense of his own cultural identity – T/F?