Paperback: £19.99 / $34.95
2010, 234mm x 156mm / 9.25in x 6in, 256pp
ISBN: 978-1-84310-995-2, BIC 2: JKSN JKSN2 MMJT MQC
Best Practice in Professional Supervision is an authoritative guide to being an excellent supervisor, covering the role, functions and dispositions involved.
The authors consider basic skills, the practicalities of forming and maintaining the supervision relationship, and the organisational context and culture of supervision. The book offers practical examples and a model of supervision which draws together ideas from adult learning theory and reflective practice. Viewing supervision as a place for learning, this guide considers how supervision can assist practitioners to develop professional resilience and manage the stresses of complex work environments. It also includes specific chapters on supervision of clinical student placements and in child protection settings.
This book covers a range of professions including social care, nursing, counselling, social work and allied health professions, and is an essential guide for all those in these and related professions undertaking supervision or supervision training.
15 March 2011
Today is World Social Work Day and a perfect opportunity for us to join you in celebrating the important and challenging work that social workers do every day to make a difference! This annual event, organised by the International Federation of Social Workers (IFSW), focuses on social work contributions to society and is part of...
20 August 2010
"Poor supervision can create collusion, indifference or add to the stress in the workforce. Practitioners may leave or burn out and leave...A resilient and healthy workforce is well worth the investment in training supervisors.
13 August 2010
Author Liz Beddoe recently stopped by JKP’s London HQ to record a short video highlighting some of the key features of the new book, Best Practice in Professional Supervision: A Guide for the Helping Professions – including the crucial chapter on child protection. Click below to watch!
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