Each core-rotation provides rotation-specific supervision by medical school faculty. While at non-Dartmouth-Hitchcock sites, residents have at least one hour of clinical supervision per week provided by the site specific faculty physician. Family and group co-therapists provide family and group supervision. Specific psychotherapeutic supervision is arranged on a case by case basis, such as for Trauma-Focused CBT, Time Limited Dynamic Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
Monthly group supervision provides the opportunity for peer-to peer learning and is supervised by a CAP faculty. The training program strongly encourages residents to seek ad hoc supervision from other the child and adult residency training program faculty based on their specific needs and interests. During both training years, residents receive administrative supervision from the program director.