International Advisory Board

The Yale Program on Supervision has an Advisory Board that provides guidance to Yale faculty on the ongoing development of this initiative. The Board is international in its composition. Invited members are widely recognized for their leadership roles in advancing the theory, models, training, and evaluation of supervision in diverse sectors of the world’s network of health and social services.

Board Members:

Janine M. Bernard, PhD
Specialist in counseling psychology and social work. Professor and Doctoral Program Coordinator of Counseling and Counselor Education at Syracuse University. Her Discrimination Model was one of the first models developed for the practice of clinical supervision. Read more...

L. DiAnne Borders, PhD
Specialist in counseling psychology. Faculty member of the University of North Carolina, Greenville. She has received scholarly awards for her contribution to the field of counselor education and clinical supervision and is a Fellow of the American Counseling Association. Read more...

Jane Campbell, PhD
Specialist in clinical psychology. A licensed psychologist, clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Her workbook, Becoming an Effective Supervisor, is a must-have resource for clinical supervisors. Read more...

Esra Cavusoglu, MA
Specialist in addictions treatment internationally. Executive Director of the Oya Bahadir Yuksel Rehabilitation Center in Gaziantep, Turkey. She designed and implemented the Turkey Model of Rehabilitation, which is the standard in the country. Read more...

John R. Culbreth, PhD
Specialist in counseling psychology and addictions treatment. Professor in the Department of Counseling at The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His books, Critical Incidents in Clinical Supervision, and The Art of Clinical Supervision are major texts in the field. Read more...

John R Cutcliffe, PhD
Specialist in nursing. Acadia Professor of Psychiatric and Mental Health Nursing at the University of Maine and Adjunct Professor at: the University of Ulster, United Kingdom; University of Malta, Malta; and the School of Nursing, University of Coimbra, Portugal. Read more...

Carlean Gilbert, PhD
Specialist in social work. Associate Professor in the School of Social Work at Loyola University in Chicago. She is editor of The Clinical Supervisor, the premier journal on clinical supervision in the behavioral health field, and a member of the Editorial Board of Social Work in Health Care. Read more...

Andrew W. Safyer, PhD
Specialist in social work. Dean and Professor at Adelphi University School of Social Work. He has been a clinical researcher and practitioner for more than twenty-five years and is the former co-editor of the journal, The Clinical Supervisor. Read more...

Lawrence Shulman, MSW, EdD
Emeritus Professor and former Dean at the University at Buffalo School of Social Work. His book on supervision is the primary text in this discipline. Former Editor of The Clinical Supervisor Journal and Chair of the International Conference on Clinical Supervision. Read more...

Muni Winslow, MD
Specialist in psychiatry and addictions treatment internationally. He works in psychiatry and addiction medicine at the Singapore Institute of Mental Health. He was a pioneer in Asia, responsible for the development of addiction services in the hospital and the community. Read more...

Functions of the Advisory Board
  • Serving as advisors on curriculum development, organizational change strategies, and the evaluation of training and consultation projects.
  • Identifying key trends and developments that impact on the Program.
  • Highlighting emerging research findings on supervision and their relevance for supervisory training and practice.
  • Promoting connections with other leaders in this field and with related workforce development initiatives.
  • Contributing responses to the Ask the Experts column hosted on this website.