As the profession of counseling continues to develop in a technological world, the need for quality supervision and training is crucial (Aasheim, 2012). The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Other Educational Programs (CACREP) (2016) recognizes the benefits of technology, and requires graduate programs to demonstrate evidence of the integration of technology throughout the curriculum. The authors aimed to explore if counselor educators could utilize advanced technology tools to enhance teaching and learning in counselor education and supervision. The findings from this exploratory study and grant experience suggest that the incorporation of a play analyzer software can greatly enhance the learning process in supervision, providing for an efficiency and depth that can significantly impact both the professional and personal growth of counselors-in-training.
Williams, June; David, Josette; and Esmaeili, Aliah
"An Exploratory Study of Advanced Technology in Supervision: Results from a Counselor Education Program,"
Louisiana Journal of Counseling: Vol. 25:
1, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalscholar.lsuhsc.edu/ljc/vol25/iss1/4