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Table 1 Demographics of supervisors and clinicians who submitted audiotaped supervision sessions

From: Objective coding of content and techniques in workplace-based supervision of an EBT in public mental health

Variable Supervisor (n = 28) Clinician (n = 70)
n % n %
Female 18 64.3 61 87.1
Race/ethnicity
 White/Caucasian 26 92.9 62 88.6
 Hispanic or Latino 8 11.4
 Asian 1 3.6 3 4.3
 Native Hawaiian/other 1 3.6 1 1.4
 Black/African American
 Other 2 2.9
Education level
 Bachelor’s 5 7.1
 Master’s 26 92.9 62 88.6
 Doctoral 2 7.1 3 4.3
Academic degree/background
 Marriage and family therapy 5 17.9 8 11.4
 Psychology 3 10.7 4 5.7
 Social work 11 39.3 19 27.1
 Counseling psychology 9 32.1 28 40.0
 Other 11 15.7
Primary theoretical orientation
 CBT 21 75.0 45 64.3
 Family systems 6 21.4 7 10.0
 Solution-focused 1 3.6 3 4.3
 Humanistic 4 5.7
 Psychodynamic 7 10.0
 Play therapy 3 4.3
 Art therapy 1 1.4
Licensed 27 96.4 36 51.4
Mainly uses EBT 21 75.0 51 72.9
  M SD M SD
Age 44.4 10.4 38.0 11.5
Years providing therapy 14.1 7.6 7.0 6.2
Years at organization 10.4 6.4 4.7 4.1
Caseload size 12.6 12.1 30.1 12.6
Number of clinician supervisees 7.5 4.7
Percentage of time on supervision 36.6 18.3
Percentage of time on clinical work 26.9 20.5
Number of different types of TF-CBT training 5.0 1.8 3.9 2.0