Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision – 5th Edition


“Finally, Yu (2012) developed a method of interacting with supervisees using iPads that supervisees hold in their laps. The observing supervisor uses Google doc (or a similar service) that has been set up for supervisor and supervisee ahead of time and allows comments to be communicated to the supervisee. As sessions are video recorded, these comments are also available to the supervisee after the fact for review against the video. More recently, Yu (personal communication, 2012) developed which allows the user to bypass Internet programs such as Google and offers a timestamp for future review of supervisor feedback against a recording, as well as other shortcuts and touch features that make the process easier and richer. As increasingly more students acquire notebooks, the kind of set up described by Yu goes far to eliminate any sense that this form of live supervision is exotic.”


  • Bernard, J. M., & Goodyear, R. K. (2014). Fundamentals of clinical supervision (5th ed.). Boston: Allyn & Bacon.