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Supervision In The Mental Health Professions: A Practitioner's Guide

J. Scaife
Published 2001 · Psychology

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Introduction. J. Scaife, J. Scaife, Supervision and Learning. J. Scaife, S. Walsh, The Emotional Climate of Work and the Development of Self. The Contracting Process and the Supervisory Relationship: Avoiding Pitfalls and Problems. Frameworks for Supervision. B. Proctor, F. Inskipp, Group Supervision. Ethical Dilemmas and Issues in Supervision. Use of Audio and Video Tapes in Supervision. Live Supervision and Observation. Creative Approaches. The Influence of Different Models of Therapy and Counselling on the Supervisory Process. Learning Logs in Supervision. Challenge and Evaluation. The Supervisor's Role in Coursework. Appendixes. Self-assessment Schedule for Supervisees. Examples of Rating Scales of Supervision. Sample Consent Form. Core Skills in the Helping Professions. Sample Notice for Clients. References. Index.

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