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Document Type

Article

Keywords

Supervision, Bernard's discrimination model, Antisocial Personality Disorder

Subject Area

Clinical Supervision, Mental Health Counseling

Abstract

Clinicians often have negative attitudes toward clients diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), which can sabotage treatment and lead to clinician burnout and job dissatisfaction. Researchers recommend clinicians receive regular clinical supervision; however, clinical supervision strategies and models related to working with ASPD are lacking. We identify supervisors’ primary task as exploring and improving clinicians’ attitudes toward clients having ASPD and examine this task within the discrimination model of clinical supervision. A case study is offered as an illustration for how to approach working with ASPD in supervision.

DOI

http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/42.1394

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