Your project sounds really interesting and I wish you well with it...close exploration of the processes and dynamics within the supervisory relationship is really valuable and much needed. While it does not attend to diversity issues, you may be interested in a reflective article I wrote in relation to the supervisory relationship, which does address some key dynamics (it can also be viewed on my home page on RG):
McMahon, A. (2014). Four guiding principles for the supervisory relationship. Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 15(3), 333-346.
Presents a response to the six articles on training in counseling psychology in this issue of "The Counseling Psychologist" (2000). Emphasizes the importance of good teaching and connecting education with research and practice, and identifies guidelines for curricular change. (Contains 17 references.) (GCP)
Reacts to an article on counseling internships by E. L. Holloway and H. J. Roehlke (see record
1988-21440-001). Issues believed to be crucial in the future development of the profession are addressed, such as the place of specialty designations within psychology, the need for independence among gatekeeping bodies, inclusion of nonpsychology traine...
I joined the British Psychological Society's Counselling Psychology Section in 1986. This article will be an attempt to review the growth and development of counselling psychology in Britain and the BPS Section and Special Group since 1986 through the many articles and varied correspondence published in Counselling Psychology Review.