Counselling Supervision in Context

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Michael Carroll, Elizabeth Holloway
SAGE, 1999 - Psychology - 206 pages
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`The book is written in such as way as to challenge and educate through the use of exercises, scenarios and activities. Something it does rather well... A well-written, practical and informative publication... of value to supervisees, supervisors and all those involved in counsellor and supervisor training' - Counselling Psychology Review

`This book... argues that the social context is important for the individual client, supervisee and supervisor, as is the context in which the work and supervision are done... it is a clear, well-written and enjoyable book, containing helpful information for both supervisees and supervisors' - Transformations, The PCSR Journal

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Contents

Supervision and racial issues
7
Supervision and gender issues
23
Supervision and working with disability
36
Supervision and sexual orientation
54
Supervision in medical settings
85
Supervision in educational settings
104
Supervision in workplace settings
140
Supervision in religious settings
159
Supervision in uniformed settings
177
Index
201
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About the author (1999)

Michael Carroll, Ph.D. is a Chartered Counselling Psychologist. He is an accredited Executive Coach and an accredited Supervisor of Executive Coaches with APECS (Association for Professional Executive Coaches and Supervisors).  

 

Michael is Visiting Industrial Professor in the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol and the winner of the 2001 British Psychological Society Award for Distinguished Contributions to Professional Psychology.

 

Michael works with individuals, teams and organizations specializing in the theme of learning and wellbeing.  He supervises, coaches and trains nationally and internationally and works within the private and public spheres. He runs the Centre for Supervision Training. He has trained in,  written about and  researched  supervision for over  30 years, both supervising and being supervised.  He has written, co-written and edited 10 book including the following   Training Counselling Supervisors:  Strategies, Methods, Techniques (Edited with Elizabeth Holloway, Sage:1999); Counselling Supervision in Context (Edited with Elizabeth Holloway:  Sage:  1999), The Handbook of Counselling in Organisations (Edited with Michael Walton:  Sage, 1997), Counselling Supervision:  Theory, Skills and Practice (Sage, 1996); Workplace Counselling (Sage, 1996).  

Elizabeth L. Holloway, PhD, a Full Professor and Psychologist, has over 25 years of experience as an educator and consultant innbsp;supervisory and relational practice with organizations, groups, trainers, and mental health professionals. She earned her PhD innbsp;Counseling Psychology at University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has achieved the distinction of Diplomate of the American Board ofnbsp;Professional Psychology and Fellow of the American Psychological Association. During her academic career, Dr Holloway has focused on thenbsp;understanding of human discourse in professional settings such as psychotherapy, clinical supervision, and education. To understand socialnbsp;interaction, she has applied numerous methodological approaches including content and stochastic analysis, grounded theory, situationalnbsp;analysis, and critical incident technique. She has published extensively in research journals and has authored or co-authored five books.nbsp;For a full list of her publications and links to her website, visit . She can be reached at eholloway@antioch.edu.

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