Classic Supervision texts
Several classic texts are available that overview philosophical and practical aspects of supervision in speech-language pathology and audiology. The reference lists within these texts capture the state of the supervision literature at the time of their publication and serve as a valuable resource for supervisors who wish to consult data-based research, access practical tools, solve clinical problems, and observe the evolution of clinical supervision perspectives within the discipline over time.
Anderson, J. (1988). The supervisory process in speech-language pathology and audiology. Boston: Little, Brown.
Casey, P., & Smith, K. (1988). Self-supervision: A career tool for audiologists and speech-language pathologists. Rockville, Md.: NSSLHA.
Crago, M. (1987). Supervision in human communications disorders: Perspectives on a process. Basingstoke: Taylor & Francis.
Dowling, S. (1991). Implementing the supervisory process: Theory and practice. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
Dowling, S. (2000). Supervision: Strategies for successful outcomes and productivity. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Farmer, S., & Farmer, J. (1989). Supervision in communication disorders. Columbus, Ohio: Merrill.
Leith, W., & McNiece, E. (1989). Handbook of supervision: A cognitive behavioral system. Boston: Little, Brown.
McAllister, L., & Lincoln, M. (2004). Clinical education in speech-language pathology (pp. 1-192). Whurr.
McCrea, E., & Brasseur, J. (2002). The supervisory process in speech-language pathology and audiology. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Schubert, G. (1978). Introduction to clinical supervision in speech pathology. St. Louis: W.H. Green.