This PAA Psymposium article discusses the overlap in supervision and mentoring, and the transitions from transactional to transformational leadership as the supervision relationship develops and matures. It then distinguishes the context of mentoring from that of supervision, allowing for more collegial collaboration, less hierarchical and more generative and general promotion of personal and professional development. The article then describes a useful role of mentoring as a method for the developing therapist to augment skills and obtain valid Continuing Competency Program credits in a continuous, flexible, and cost effective manner.

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