Disclosure—and Lack Thereof—in Individual Supervision
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Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Disclosure is a central component of the supervision process for supervisees and may, at times, also be a vital intervention for supervisors. I review the theoretical and empirical literature on disclosure and nondisclosure in individual clinical supervision, from both supervisees’ and supervisors’ perspectives. The review is focused primarily on supervisee nondisclosure, supervisor disclosure, and supervisor nondisclosure, and concludes with implications and recommendations for practice and research.