Todd, T. C., & Rastogi, M. (2014). Listening to supervisees about problems in systemic supervision. In T. C. Todd & C. L. Storm (Eds.), The complete systemic supervisor: Context, philosophy, and pragmatics (pp. 314-334). Wiley. Chapter 16
Platt, J. J., & Natrajan-Tyagi, R. (2014). Preparing global-minded systemic supervisees for an international context. In T. C. Todd & C. L. Storm (Eds.), The complete systemic supervisor: Context, philosophy, and pragmatics (pp. 62-84). Wiley. Chapter 4. Systemic supervision was born in the U.S. but now occurs worldwide. This optional reading helps expand your views and supervisor practice to ensure it is globally conscious.
Karam, E. A. (2015). Integrating common factors into MFT supervision. In K. B. Jordan (Ed.), Couple, marriage, and family therapy supervision (pp. 87-103). Springer. Chapter 5. There is a growing body of support for the notion that a set of key processes and variables are present across a range of clinical models. This optional reading explores the use of this information in supervision.