Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision: Principles and Practice (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 12, 2009 - Psychology - 288 pages
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Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision critiques and summarises the best available psychological evidence relating to clinical supervision, clarifying the key principles, setting out the related practice guidelines and specifying the research and practice implications.
  • A best-practice guide to clinical supervision, an approach used across psychotherapy and health services where professionals meet regularly with each other to discuss casework and training issues
  • Summarises the best available clinical evidence relating to clinical supervision, and relates this information to key principles with a strong applied focus, drawing out practice guidelines and implications
  • Aims to motivate health professionals to practice supervision with greater enthusiasm and proficiency
  • Represents the culmination of two years' intensive research on supervision and twenty years of involvement in supporting and developing supervisors
  

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Contents

Contents
v
Preface
vi
1 Recognising Supervision
1
2 Understanding Supervision
21
3 Reframing Supervision
47
4 Relating in Supervision
76
5 Applying Supervision
95
6 Learning from Supervision
128
7 Supporting Supervision
154
8 Developing Supervision
187
9 Concluding Supervision
213
References
244
Index
269
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About the author (2009)

Derek Milne is the Director of the Newcastle University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is a regular supervisor of clinical practice and research, and has also occupied the related roles of coach, mentor and consultant. He has been a Fellow of the British Psychological Society for over a decade.

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