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Title Challenges in Professional Supervision
Author Liz Beddoe
Publisher Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Release 2016-05-19
Category Social Science
Total Pages 248
ISBN 0857008439
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Challenges in Professional Supervision draws on the latest research and theory to explore issues, trends and developments in supervision work. The provision of excellent supervision is strongly linked to improved performance and staff retention. In this book, supervision is examined across a broad range of settings, addressing concerns common to a range of professions, including health, social work and counselling. The book is divided into two sections: the first describes the contemporary themes in professional supervision and the second discusses the models and skills being employed to deliver it. Issues such as supervising ethically, practitioner wellbeing and managing the process are all explored. There are also chapters on group supervision, supervision of managers and how to have difficult conversations. This book is ideal for managers and senior practitioners in health and social care with an active interest in developing, energising and inspiring their supervision practice, as well as academics interested in keeping up-to-date with developments in the field.

Dialogical Supervision by Kai Alhanen

Title Dialogical Supervision
Author Kai Alhanen
Publisher BoD - Books on Demand
Release 2021-01-07
Category Political Science
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9528038689
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dialogical Supervision: Creating A Work Culture Where Everybody Learns is a guide to professional supervision in various fields of expertise. It is written especially for professional supervisors and students of supervision, and yet it also provides insights and tools for those team leaders and managers who act as "everyday supervisors" for their employees. The work is composed as a practical handbook which offers a coherent theoretical description and practical implementation of a new kind of professional supervision. The book addresses the fundamentals of supervision: learning, reflection and dialogical interaction. It then presents guidelines for practical implementation, diverse orientations, and methods of supervision. The work also includes sections dealing with various types of supervision relationships: individual, community, group and managerial supervision. The different chapters of the book also contain several practical methods which together form a "toolbox for supervisors". The basic premise of the book is to emphasise the importance of dialogue in creating a fundamentally different work culture to that which predominates. In celebrating economic growth, ruthless competition and individual achievement, this culture has led to an increasing fragmentation of people's experiences and the loss of their sense of agency. At the same time, we need to solve extremely complex problems that require unprecedented creativity. In order to deal successfully with the challenges of modern work, we need to utilise the skills and knowledge of every single employee. This book offers clear methods for this to be realised.

Title Supervision in Social Work
Author Liz Beddoe
Publisher Routledge
Release 2017-10-02
Category Social Science
Total Pages 132
ISBN 1317629221
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Supervision is currently a "hot topic" in social work. The editors of this volume, both social work educators and researchers, believe that good supervision is fundamental to the development and maintenance of effective practice in social work. Supervision is seen as a key vehicle for continuing development of professional skills, the safeguarding of competent and ethical practice and oversight of the wellbeing of the practitioner. As a consequence the demand for trained and competent supervisors has increased and a perceived gap in availability can create a call for innovation and development in supervision. This book offers a collection of chapters which contribute new insights to the field. Authors from Australia and New Zealand, where supervision inquiry is strong, offer research-informed ideas and critical commentary with a dual focus on supervision of practitioners and students. Topics include external and interprofessional supervision, retention of practitioners, practitioner resilience and innovation in student supervision. This book will be of interest to supervisors of both practitioners and students and highly relevant to social work academics. This book was originally published as a special issue of Australian Social Work.

Title Transforming Practice Through Clinical Education Professional Supervision and Mentoring
Author Miranda Rose
Publisher Elsevier Health Sciences
Release 2005
Category Medical
Total Pages 369
ISBN 0443074542
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Looking at the role of clinical educators, professional supervisors and mentors in influencing the quality and evolution of professional practice, this text draws on contributions from a wide range of sources in order to address some of the key issues in the field.

Title Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology
Author Will Curvis
Publisher Routledge
Release 2019-08-20
Category Psychology
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1351056247
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology: Developing a Professional Identity through Training and Beyond offers insights from a range of trainee, recently qualified and experienced clinical psychologists as they reflect on the process of developing their professional identity through consideration of dilemmas and issues they experienced through clinical psychology training. Reflecting the breadth of the profession and the range of services in which clinical psychologists work, the chapters highlight the different types of roles that clinical psychologists are expected to undertake throughout training and post-qualification. The book provides practical clinical recommendations that can be applied in work settings in line with contemporary research, policy and guidance, as well as personal reflections from the authors on how managing professional issues has shaped their practice as a developing clinical psychologist. Developing a professional identity as a clinical psychologist is vital in learning to navigate these challenges. The process by which a professional identity develops is an individual journey. However, Professional Issues in Clinical Psychology offers aspiring, trainee or qualified clinical psychologists - and other healthcare professionals - with a contemporary resource around professional issues which might be encountered within clinical psychology practice.

The Soul of Supervision by Margaret Benefiel

Title The Soul of Supervision
Author Margaret Benefiel
Publisher Church Publishing, Inc.
Release 2010-10-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 224
ISBN 9780819227287
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With national and international concern around issues of abuse, burnout, meaninglessness, and spiritual bankruptcy in every profession, supervision is becoming increasingly necessary for people who desire life-giving care and understanding in their work and ministry. This new book provides a framework of theory and experience to develop the strengths and address the challenges of professional supervision with particular focus on developing spiritual sensitivity and competency.

Title Achieving Your Professional Doctorate
Author Smith, Nancy-Jane
Publisher McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
Release 2008-11-01
Category Education
Total Pages 226
ISBN 033522721X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This text is designed to meet the needs of professional doctorate students from diverse subject disciplines. It contains analysis of the actual or potential issues that could be encountered when developing research in a professional practice setting, emphasising the process of doctoral study in addition to outcomes.

Title Professional Judgement and Decision Making in Social Work
Author Brian Taylor
Publisher Routledge
Release 2020-05-21
Category Medical
Total Pages 130
ISBN 0429602847
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Professional judgement and decision making are central to social work, both in everyday professional practice and in public perceptions of social work as a profession. This book examines key issues that are relevant today. The chapters cover child protection, mental health, and elder care settings in Europe, Australia and Canada. They discuss organisational and cultural contexts for professional judgement; the role of experience in the development of expertise and professional discretion; understanding variability in decision making; and the role of legal frameworks in decision making. This book will enable practitioners, managers, policy makers, and researchers to appreciate the complexities of professional judgement and decision making in different social work settings and to apply this understanding to their own practice. This book was originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Social Work Practice. The book is linked to sister text Risk in Social Work Practice: Current Issues, which examines key debates around the understanding of risk in contemporary social work practice.

Title Clinical Supervision in the Real World
Author Francis Martin
Publisher Routledge
Release 2019-12-20
Category Psychology
Total Pages 250
ISBN 1000761568
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This practical guide provides support for mental health practitioners as they develop their approach to clinical supervision, drawing on the authors’ extensive experience of counseling and psychotherapy to bring readers into the "real world" of clinical supervision. Chapters introduce the essential responsibilities and tasks of a clinical supervisor and place emphasis on the development of a Competence-Oriented Model of Clinical Supervision, upon which a philosophical foundation for supervision can be built. Integrating up-to-date research with case vignettes and practical resources, the text discusses philosophies of clinical supervision and explores themes that often define a supervisor’s contextual world, from professional ethics and legal issues to the personal development of both the supervisor and the supervisee. Affirming and encouraging professional development as well as identifying a range of common challenges, Clinical Supervision in the Real World is a key resource for aspiring clinical supervisors looking to build their own philosophy of supervision.

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