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Dual Autonomy: A Culturally Encompassing Reinterpretation of Traditional Autonomy in Clinical Supervision

Abstract Traditional autonomy within clinical supervision was reinterpreted by incorporating culturally-encompassing autonomy types (individuating and relating autonomy) from the dual autonomy scale. The relations of vertical collectivism and autonomy measures were examined. Lastly, potential moderating effects of vertical collectivism on experience level and autonomy were assessed. The sample consisted of 404 counseling trainees enrolled in graduate programs across the US, aged between 21 and 68. Results from the confirmatory factor analysis supported the proposed two-factor structure of individuating and relating autonomy among counseling trainees for the adapted dual autonomy scale. Results indicated that individuating autonomy was moderately cor... (more)
Created Date 2020
Contributor Shi, Yue (Author) / Tracey, Terence (Advisor) / Bludworth, James (Committee member) / Pereira, Jennifer (Committee member) / Arizona State University (Publisher)
Subject Counseling psychology / Autonomy / Collectivism / Experience / Relatedness / Supervision
Type Doctoral Dissertation
Extent 82 pages
Language English
Note Doctoral Dissertation Counseling Psychology 2020
Collaborating Institutions Graduate College / ASU Library
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