This piece responds to Frances Levinsonâ??s paper on the generics of the supervisory process. The author asserts that Levinâ??s paper offers a challenging portrayal of the generic aspects of supervision. The piece also asserts that the fundamental query of the multiple service agency is not solved in a pragmatic way. Instead it places upon the administration and the supervisor, a complex responsibility. The piece concludes by reaffirming the appreciation of the progress that we have made in learning process of those involved in the supervision discussion in terms of being able to describe and define supervision along with recognizing is forms and unique and to declare that supervision has come into its own.