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Quick Guide for Administrators Based on TIP 52
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This guide offers tips for program administrators on developing an effective program for clinical supervision in the substance use disorder treatment field. It addresses cultural competence, and describes supervisor ethics and values.

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SMA13-4771
Publication Date
October 2013
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