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This isn't the normal population I work with. How do I supervise students in an area where I don't have all the expertise?
My caseload is lighter than before, and I may not have enough patients for students to be involved with.
My caseload is heavier than before and I may not have the time I would like to devote to students.
I’m exhausted from the stress of working with patients in COVID times and can’t imagine how I will find more to give to students.
Although I would like to supervise a student, I need to take some vacation. What can I do?
I’m working virtually and am not sure how I would incorporate student supervision into this type of treatment.
I am working virtually and there are aspects of my practice that I cannot do with my clients. How will students learn those skills and see the "big picture"?
How do I properly evaluate a student if I am sharing them with other supervisors?
The timeline for the placement has shifted, how will the student learn everything they need to know in a shortened time?