I will make one caveat to my position stated herein. I am an associate for a couple of organizations who hire me as a “coach for service” under their company, and in that case, I have no problem with them supervising my work product. Its mostly a review of progress, contracted agreements, and asking if there are any challenges or other services needed….more of quality control than supervision. That is a proper use of supervision when one is under the employment of another, but anything else in private practice would be satisfied with calling it peer consultation.
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