Cultural Supervision and Cultural Competence in the Practice of Psychotherapy and Applied Psychology
The article offers an overview or meta-perspective on the parallels and kinship between cultural supervision and clinical supervision and between cultural supervision and cultural competence. It discusses some cultural competencies specific to working with indigenous Māori, competencies which may also establish principles of cultural competency for working safely and effectively amongst multiple lived realities within multicultural societies. It compares and contrasts aspirational and regulatory approaches to cultural competence and suggests some ways in which cultural competencies might be measureable and measured. Finally, it links the practice of cultural supervision to the development and maintenance of cultural competence.
He whakatakororanga whakaaro whānui tā tēnei tuhinga whakakapā atu ki te heretangata me ngā hono o te ahurea kaiwhakahaere me te ahurea kaitaunaki me te ahurea matatau. Ka matapakihia ētahi ahurea matatau arotika atu ki te mahi i te taha o te Māori, ngā mātauranga tērā pea ka whakaū mātāpono tūāpapa pūkenga mō te ora te mana i waenga i te rahi i te ahurea-tini porihanga. Ka whakaritea ka whakarerekēhia ngā moemoeā ngā momo whai i te koeke ahurea ā, ka whakaarahia ētahi huarahi e kitea ai te inetanga, te whakaine ahurea koeke. Haite mutunga, ka honoa te whakawai o te ahurea kaiwhakahaere ki te whanaketanga me te pupuritanga o te ahurea matatau.