Prouty, A., & Twist, M. L. C. (2015). Training feminist family therapists. In K. B. Jordan (Ed.), Couple, marriage, and family therapy supervision (pp. 347-367). Springer. Chapter 18. Prouty and Twist explore the use of the lens or philosophy of feminism to guide clinical training and supervision.
Chapter 17. EFT is a popular attachment-focused model of couple therapy. Woolley and colleagues describe the process of training therapists using an EFT model.
Chapter 19. Medical family therapists are trained to work in health care settings alongside medical professionals. This chapter addresses supervising MFTs in such contexts.
Tenzek, K. E. (2017). Field notes. In M. Allen (Ed.), The Sage encyclopedia of communication research methods (Vols. 1-4). SAGE. Tenzek provides a succinct overview of the use of field notes in qualitative research.
Lee, R. E., & Nelson, T. S. (2013). The contemporary relational supervisor. Routledge. Read Chapter 13 and reflect on your burgeoning self of the supervisor and how it is both similar and different from your self of the therapist.