(11) The supervisor undertakes not to supervise an intern, unless the intern is a volunteer intern or employee in one of the work environments authorized by law below: (A) a public institution (B) a school, college or university (C) a non-profit and not-for-profit corporation (D), a licensed health institution (health and safety codes sections 1250 , 1250.2 and 1250.3) (E) a social rehabilitation centre or a municipal treatment centre (health and safety code section 1502 (a)) (F) a paediatric health and health day Recovery (Health and Safety Code) 1760.2) (G) a recovery or treatment center licensed for addiction (Health and Safety Code Section 11834.02) I returned to my second internship in time. It was a bit weird to move to a new clientele, a new agency, new rules and new forms and, of course, a new superior. It was as if I was going on a small boat (my abilities and my self-confidence) in a huge and raging sea (working with teenagers and adults) with an unknown co-captain (my superior) whom I wasn`t sure I could trust. Controversies surround the inclusion or exclusivity of the term multicultural, so that, for reasons of clarity, it will be defined multiculturally in this document, as in the AMCD standards (Sue et al., 1992), which refer to visible racial ethnic groups, African Americans, Indians, Asian Americans, Hispanics and Latinos and whites. Currently, there is very little descriptive literature and even less literature on multicultural supervision (Leong and Wagner, in the press). This document brings together two distinct aspects of multicultural surveillance: the integration of multicultural issues during surveillance and the multicultural surveillance relationship. 1. ENVIRONMENT LEARNING STYLE elements include sound, temperature, design and light. Cool temperatures and formal design have been identified as important elements for Mexican elementary and secondary students (Dunn, Griggs, Price, 1993; Jalali, 1988; Yong – Ewing, 1992). 5.
Use Interpersonal Process Recall (IPR) to raise awareness of personal development issues. The discrete and non-threatening nature of IPRs is particularly useful, as caregivers explore their thoughts, feelings and a variety of intrusions during consultation meetings. This process can help supervisors contribute to and benefit from the evaluation. In recent years, it has been generally accepted that supervision uses knowledge and skills that are different from those of psychotherapy and that go beyond that. Similarly, ethical and legal oversight requirements include both psychotherapy and beyond. As supervision is a typical and non-dyadic relationship, the supervisor must always address the need to balance client counselling needs with the counsellor`s training needs. Based on the studies reviewed above, teachers and counselors should expect more Hispanic students to prefer: (1) a cool environment; (2) compliance; (3) peer learning; (4) Kinesthetic teaching material; (5) a high level of structure; (6) peak energy levels in the late morning and afternoon; (7) diversity as opposed to routines; and (8) a field-dependent cognitive style.