"I would describe this manuscript to a colleague as a 'must read'. It is a powerful and compelling presentation of the need to see clinical supervision as a specialty area for which practitioners must receive specialty training…"
— Russ Miars, Portland State University
"Its strengths are clearly that it explains the ethical practice and risk management more clearly than any other book I have read. I learned quite a bit from reading it because the authors had thought through many ramifications and found many important cases to illustrate situations that I have never thought to worry about--but should."
— Susan Neufeldt, University of California, Santa Barbara
"A valuable tool in the teaching of supervision as well as legal and ethical issues in counseling and psychotherapy."
— Richard E. Watts, Baylor University
"This book is an excellent resource for supervisors to manage their practice of supervision. It should become an essential resource."
— Professor Ladany, Lehigh University