Student-to-Student Supervision and Instruction

When students function in the role of counselor educators or supervisors, they understand that they have the same ethical obligations as counselor educators, trainers, and supervisors. Counselor educators make every effort to ensure that the rights of students are not compromised when their peers lead experiential counseling activities in tra- ditional, hybrid, and/or online formats (e.g., counseling groups, skills classes, clinical supervision).

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Counselor educators promote the use of techniques/procedures/modalities that are grounded in theory and/or have an empirical or scientific founda- tion. When counselor educators discuss developing or innovative techniques/ procedures/modalities, they explain the potential risks, benefits, and ethical con- siderations of using such techniques/ procedures/modalities.

Field Placements Counselor educators develop clear policies and provide direct assistance within their training programs regard- ing appropriate field placement and other clinical experiences. Counselor educators provide clearly stated roles and responsibilities for the student or supervisee, the site supervisor, and the program supervisor. They confirm that

site supervisors are qualified to provide supervision in the formats in which services are provided and inform site supervisors of their professional and ethical responsibilities in this role.

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