Group Supervision: A Guide to Creative Practice

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SAGE Publications, Sep 30, 2008 - Psychology - 230 pages
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Among the plethora of supervision books, Group Supervision is the only one dedicated to working in groups. The strength of group supervision is that it can provide a supportive environment in which practitioners freely share and learn from their own and others experience. The Second Edition of this popular text features up-to-date research findings on group supervision in organizations, and further coverage of the challenge of diversity, and ethical decision-making in groups. A new chapter considers the advantages of groups for supervisor development and training, and stresses the urgency for greater accountability and practitioner research.

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Brigid Proctor is a retired Director of Counselling courses at South West London College, and has subsequently worked freelance as a counsellor, supervisor, trainer and consultant. She is a Fellow of BACP having played an active role in the development of BACP, and co-founding Cascade Training Associates and Cascade Publications.

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