This article describes the initial validation of the Corrective Feedback Acceptance and Synthesis in Supervision Scale (CFASS), with results supporting a brief five-item single factor instrument. The CFASS is intended to be a measure of supervisees’ perceptions upon receipt of corrective feedback that may lead to subsequent supervisory behavior. A Factor Analysis was performed to examine and validate the structure of this supervisory instrument. The relationship between the CFASS and other instruments previously correlated to supervisees’ difficulty with corrective feedback supports the CGASS’s discriminate validity. The authors discuss findings within the context of the extant theoretical and research literature regarding feedback in clinical supervision and identify implications for future research and practice.
- cognitive distortions
- corrective feedback
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Social Psychology
- Sociology and Political Science