This course examines the current definitions and applications of clinical supervision. The major models of clinical supervision are presented, along with the role of clinical supervision in a variety of settings, including the academic “counselor-in-training” as well as the various professional settings in which clinical supervision is performed. The course explores the benefits and shortcomings of individual versus group supervision, with particular focus on characteristics that make for a competent supervisor and effective supervisory relationships. It further explores the role of both supervisor and supervisee, ethical and legal considerations, evaluative criteria, cultural and gender issues, and research issues and methods. The expected student outcome is the development of an individual training model and the ability to demonstrate an understanding of the ethical requirements of supervision.