First Steps In Clinical Supervision A Guide For Healthcare Professionals

"This book is an essential read for those new to the role of becoming a clinical supervisor.

Author: Cassedy, Paul

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335236510

Category: Medical

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"This book is an essential read for those new to the role of becoming a clinical supervisor. It is packed with practical ideas and activities to try out in the supervision situation and underpinned by relevant theory. An obvious strength of the book is the way Paul seems to 'talk' to the new supervisor in an engaging and non patronising way. At last there is acknowledgement of the 'emotional labour' of being engaged in supervisory work offering strategies to 'look after oneself' when acting as a clinical supervisor in practice." John Driscoll, Freelance CPD Consultant & Development Coach This practical book is designed as a toolkit for anyone starting out as a clinical supervisor. The book focuses on developing core skills of supervision, as well as your ability to reflect and improve on those skills. Addressing all aspects of supervision, the book gives you practical frameworks needed to start, maintain and evaluate clinical supervision - from how to start a supervision contract to how to run a session. The book offers: Clear information and guidance on what the supervisor needs to know as they prepare to take on the role of clinical supervisor Practical examples and demonstration of key clinical supervision skills Simple explanations of the key frameworks and models for clinical supervision Reflective questions and activities you can use in supervision sessions An example of a method of evaluation when reviewing supervision Ways of keeping healthy as a supervisor and staying within the spirit of supervision The book includes tips for developing the supervision relationship, focusing on areas identified as the ones supervisors struggle with the most. First Steps in Clinical Supervision is core reading for qualified nurses and healthcare professionals working in a supervisory role, either formally or informally, or taking CPD courses to supervise staff and colleagues. This book is designed as a practical toolkit to aid those training to do clinical supervision or starting out as clinical supervisors. The focus of the book is on developing skills of supervision and the ability to reflect and improve on those skills. It includes coverage of problem solving and gives the practical frameworks that are needed to start, maintain and evaluate clinical supervision - from how to start a contract to how to run a session. Throughout the book there are tips for developing the supervision relationship, focusing on areas identified by research as the ones supervisors struggle with the most.
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Skills Of Clinical Supervision For Nurses

This is the first practical book on clinical supervision for nurses. It offers ways of understanding the context of clinical supervision in nursing and pinpoints organizational and personal pitfalls that can sabotage its effectiveness.

Author: Bond, Meg

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335238156

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

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This is the first practical book on clinical supervision for nurses. It offers ways of understanding the context of clinical supervision in nursing and pinpoints organizational and personal pitfalls that can sabotage its effectiveness.
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Practising Clinical Supervision

This edition is written in accessible style and will appeal to those both new to clinical supervision or experienced. It provides a thought-provoking, user friendly and practical guide to the subject.

Author: John Driscoll

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780702027796

Category: Medical

Page: 249

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This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. With contributors from the UK and Australia, the second edition builds on the success of the original, which was praised for engaging readers and being a pragmatic and practice-orientated addition to the literature on clinical supervision. This edition is written in accessible style and will appeal to those both new to clinical supervision or experienced. It provides a thought-provoking, user friendly and practical guide to the subject.
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Constructive Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy

For those who are new to constructivist thinking, this book offers an innovative possibility for conceptualizing their role as clinical supervisors and alternative interventions to consider during times of impasse.

Author: Douglas A. Guiffrida

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134500109

Category: Psychology

Page: 146

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Constructive Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy articulates a practical, theoretical approach to supervision that integrates salient elements of a number of diverse but complementary theoretical perspectives from the fields of human development, psychotherapy, and clinical supervision to assist in facilitating supervisee growth and change from a constructivist framework. This constructive approach to supervision is designed to serve as a practical, integrative meta-theory for supervisors of any theoretical orientation. For readers who already identify with constructivist ideas, this book will provide a theoretical grounding for their work, along with strategies to deepen their clinical practice. For those who are new to constructivist thinking, this book offers an innovative possibility for conceptualizing their role as clinical supervisors and alternative interventions to consider during times of impasse.
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Clinical Supervision

This guide provides impetus for supervisors to think about supervision as they make critical decisions in supervisory strategy, trainee skill development, and professional ethics.

Author: Elizabeth Holloway

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 0803942249

Category: Medical

Page: 213

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A major focus is "artistry" in practice, which Holloway demonstrates using supervision interview transcripts, cases, and other examples of actual supervisory interactions. This guide provides impetus for supervisors to think about supervision as they make critical decisions in supervisory strategy, trainee skill development, and professional ethics.
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Jungian Perspectives on Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervision is a process between the supervisor and supervisee. However, this relationship is only part of a wider system, which can be used to provide the framework within which various aspects of the supervisory process can ...

Author: Paul Kugler

Publisher: Daimon

ISBN: 9783856305529

Category: Psychology

Page: 264

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The role of supervision in the training of clinical psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and psychoanalysts has in recent years taken on increasing importance. Even though supervision has long been an essential part of the training of psychotherapists, remarkably little was written on the subject until ten years ago. This volume addresses the need for more open discussion of the various facets of supervision and the training of analytic candidates with chapters by leaders in the field on elaborating technique, elucidating transference and counter-transference issues, proposing direction and focus to clinical inquiry, suggesting dynamic and archetypal formulations of the analytic process, and exploring repetitive patterns of behaviour, thought, and fantasy. This collection embodies an essential reference source for supervising psychoanalysts and therapists, as well as training candidates, graduate students in social work and clinical psychology, and psychiatry residents.
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Essentials of Clinical Supervision

She also clearly explains how to manage paperwork and describes specialized techniques, such as using video in supervision. This informative text also includes a special section on ethics authored by a leading expert in the field.

Author: Jane M. Campbell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471233048

Category: Psychology

Page: 293

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Essentials of Supervision presents, in the popular Essentials format, the key information students need to learn in a course on supervision. Utilizing pedagogical tools such as call-out boxes, Test Yourself questions, and case studies, the author provides step-by-step guidelines for effective planning, goal setting, and evaluation, along with tips for giving constructive feedback and applying coaching strategies to motivate supervisees. She also clearly explains how to manage paperwork and describes specialized techniques, such as using video in supervision. This informative text also includes a special section on ethics authored by a leading expert in the field.
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Clinical Supervision in Mental Health Nursing

This book reports on an investigation on the practice of clinical supervision in mental health nursing. Incorporating three case studies, it illuminates the reciprocal interactions between clinical supervisor and supervisee.

Author: Graham Sloan

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470034620

Category: Medical

Page: 246

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Nursing research has focused on evaluating the effectiveness of clinical supervision, but there remains uncertainty as to what facets of clinical supervision are potent in realising effectiveness. This book reports on an investigation on the practice of clinical supervision in mental health nursing. Incorporating three case studies, it illuminates the reciprocal interactions between clinical supervisor and supervisee. While the book uncovers a number of limitations in the process of clinical supervision and gaps in mental health nurses’ level of competence in interpersonal relations it provides a basis for a more critical approach to this important element of professional development.
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Clinical Supervision in the Real World

This practical guide provides support for mental health practitioners as they develop their approach to clinical supervision, drawing on the authors’ extensive experience of counseling and psychotherapy to bring readers into the "real ...

Author: Francis Martin

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000761566

Category: Psychology

Page: 250

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This practical guide provides support for mental health practitioners as they develop their approach to clinical supervision, drawing on the authors’ extensive experience of counseling and psychotherapy to bring readers into the "real world" of clinical supervision. Chapters introduce the essential responsibilities and tasks of a clinical supervisor and place emphasis on the development of a Competence-Oriented Model of Clinical Supervision, upon which a philosophical foundation for supervision can be built. Integrating up-to-date research with case vignettes and practical resources, the text discusses philosophies of clinical supervision and explores themes that often define a supervisor’s contextual world, from professional ethics and legal issues to the personal development of both the supervisor and the supervisee. Affirming and encouraging professional development as well as identifying a range of common challenges, Clinical Supervision in the Real World is a key resource for aspiring clinical supervisors looking to build their own philosophy of supervision.
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Fundamental Themes in Clinical Supervision

This book, edited by leading practitioners in the field, looks at how clinical supervision has developed during this period and what the issues are for the future, including: * education and training in clinical supervision * the ...

Author: Tony Butterworth

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134584604

Category: Medical

Page: 352

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Clinical supervision has been available to nurses for over a decade. This book, edited by leading practitioners in the field, looks at how clinical supervision has developed during this period and what the issues are for the future, including: * education and training in clinical supervision * the introduction of clinical supervision into policy and practice * the practice of clinical supervision within the different nurse specialisms * current research activity * international perspectives and experiences. The book is firmly grounded in clinical practice and all the contributors write from real experience. They include clinicians, educationalists, researchers and policy makers from the UK, Finland, America and Australia. Containing the latest research evidence, Fundamental Themes in Clinical Supervision demonstrates the potential of this form of training to support staff and improve client care an essential tool for nurses and other health professionals.
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Clinical Supervision in the Helping Professions

Clinical supervision focuses on the work of the supervisee in providing services to clients. In our view, clinical supervision is best defined as a process whereby consistent observation and evaluation of the counseling process is ...

Author: Gerald Corey

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119783541

Category: Education

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This user-friendly guide is for students, prelicensed professionals, and practicing supervisors seeking the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively supervise others. It is an ideal resource for practicum, fieldwork, and internship seminars across the mental health professions, and the contemporary case examples, authors’ personal perspectives, and insightful vignettes from 45 contributing authors offer a unique glimpse at key issues in the theory and practice of supervision. Topics covered include the roles and responsibilities of supervisors, the supervisory relationship, models and methods of supervision, development as a multiculturally competent supervisor, ethical and legal issues in supervision, crisis management, and evaluation. Interactive questions and exercises throughout the text stimulate readers to self-reflect and grow in both competence and confidence in navigating the supervision process. About the Authors Gerald Corey, EdD, ABPP, is professor emeritus of Human Services and Counseling at California State University at Fullerton. He is a Diplomate in Counseling Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology; a licensed psychologist in California; and a National Certified Counselor. Robert Haynes, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, author, and producer of psychology video programs for Borderline Productions. Bob is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision. Bob served for 35 years in the capacity of both administrative and clinical supervisor in a variety of academic and clinical settings. Patrice Moulton, PhD, serves as full professor of psychology at Northwestern State University in the master’s program for clinical psychology. She has worked as an educator, administrator, practitioner, supervisor, and consultant for over 30 years. Michelle Muratori, PhD, is a senior counselor at the Center for Talented Youth at Johns Hopkins University, in Baltimore, Maryland, where she works with highly gifted middle school and high school students who participate in the Study of Exceptional Talent and their families. She has a passion for group counseling and loves training students in the art of group facilitation. *Requests for digital versions from ACA can be found on www.wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]
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Evidence Based Clinical Supervision

Do counselling supervisors want or need to have their supervision supervised? An exploratory study. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 28, 279–290. Wheeler, S. & Richards, K. (2007). The impact of clinical supervision on ...

Author: Derek L. Milne

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 144430867X

Category: Psychology

Page: 288

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Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision critiques and summarisesthe best available psychological evidence relating to clinicalsupervision, clarifying the key principles, setting out the relatedpractice guidelines and specifying the research and practiceimplications. A best-practice guide to clinical supervision, an approach usedacross psychotherapy and health services where professionals meetregularly with each other to discuss casework and trainingissues Summarises the best available clinical evidence relating toclinical supervision, and relates this information to keyprinciples with a strong applied focus, drawing out practiceguidelines and implications Aims to motivate health professionals to practice supervisionwith greater enthusiasm and proficiency Represents the culmination of two years' intensive research onsupervision and twenty years of involvement in supporting anddeveloping supervisors
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Constructive Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy

through my work as a supervisor, as an instructor of a doctoral-level clinical supervision course, and as a supervisor of supervisors. In addition to critically reflecting on my own experiences as a supervisor, I have been fortunate to ...

Author: Douglas A. Guiffrida

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134500031

Category: Psychology

Page: 146

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Constructive Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy articulates a practical, theoretical approach to supervision that integrates salient elements of a number of diverse but complementary theoretical perspectives from the fields of human development, psychotherapy, and clinical supervision to assist in facilitating supervisee growth and change from a constructivist framework. This constructive approach to supervision is designed to serve as a practical, integrative meta-theory for supervisors of any theoretical orientation. For readers who already identify with constructivist ideas, this book will provide a theoretical grounding for their work, along with strategies to deepen their clinical practice. For those who are new to constructivist thinking, this book offers an innovative possibility for conceptualizing their role as clinical supervisors and alternative interventions to consider during times of impasse.
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Practical Clinical Supervision for Counselors

My passion for clinical supervision continues as I teach classes for master's and doctoral level counselors who wish to provide supervision for licensure purposes. I conduct research to examine the quality and experiential aspects of ...

Author: Lisa Langfuss Aasheim

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826107862

Category: Psychology

Page: 333

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Clinical Supervision In The Medical Profession Structured Reflective Practice

“I would recommend this interesting book to clinical supervisors and those involved in medical education. Doctor's roles have developed beyond patient diagnosis and treatment to helping change behaviours and involvement in the ...

Author: Owen, David

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)

ISBN: 9780335242924

Category: Psychology

Page: 166

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"Doctors reading this book will not only be convinced of the need for medical supervison (for all doctors - even pathologists and coroners); they will also be given a handy smorgasbord of different types of medical supervision from which to choose ... There may not be many ways of rekindling the spark of compassion and loving kindness that made us want to become health professionals at the start of our careers, but Owen and Shohet have demonstrated that empathic supervision, whether this is from fellow professionals or from peers, is certainly one way of achieving this." Brian Kaplan, MD With a foreword by Iona Heath, President of the Royal College of General Practitioners. This book helps trainee and practicing doctors to develop a broader understanding of supervision. Written by doctors and other medical specialists experienced in clinical supervision it gives the reader the means to enable, structure and develop their reflective practice. It provides practical tools to engage positively with regulatory challenges, increase satisfaction at work and improve quality of care. Clinical Supervision in the Medical Profession considers the reasons for clinical supervision and how it can support doctors and even transform how they engage with challenging issues. The authors outline a range of ways that they have put clinical supervision into practice and how it has benefitted their work. Contributors Christine Dunkley, Helen Halpern, Anita Houghton, Sue Morrison, David Owen, Patricia Ridsdale, Paul Sackin, John Salinsky, Robin Shohet, Maggie Stanton, Guy Undrill and Sonya Wallbank.
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Family of Origin Applications in Clinical Supervision

Family of Origin Applications in Clinical Supervision has also been published as The Clinical Supervisor, Volume 2, Number 2, Summer 1984. First published 1984 by The HaworthPress, Inc. Published 2013by Routledge 711 Third Avenue, ...

Author: Carlton Munson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317735199

Category: Psychology

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Important, ready-to-use facts on the use of family of origin applications in clinical supervision practice.
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Using Technology to Enhance Clinical Supervision

A supervisor can do this within e-mail supervision by noting, “Jane, as counselors we all struggle with this type ... The supervisee wrote, “In a staff meeting, the clinic director pointed out to the group how helpful my feedback was.

Author: Tony Rousmaniere

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119247630

Category: Psychology

Page: 338

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This is the first comprehensive research and practice-based guide for understanding and assessing supervision technology and for using it to improve the breadth and depth of services offered to supervisees and clients. Written by supervisors, for supervisors, it examines the technology that is currently available and how and when to use it. Part I provides a thorough review of the technological, legal, ethical, cultural, accessibility, and security competencies that are the foundation for effectively integrating technology into clinical supervision. Part II presents applications of the most prominent and innovative uses of technology across the major domains in counseling, along with best practices for delivery. Each chapter in this section contains a literature review, concrete examples for use, case examples, and lessons learned. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]
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A Contemporary Approach to Clinical Supervision

We even received an email from one participant who shared that the interview had made her reflect on the structure of her supervision and led her to successfully advocate that her clinic change the work setting from phone to video, ...

Author: Liat Shklarski

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000399011

Category: Psychology

Page: 164

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The most critical and influential relationship affecting one’s growth as a mental health professional is the relationship between the clinician and the supervisor. Good supervisors breed good therapists. This book goes beyond facts and figures to provide an innovative perspective on the supervision process. Through contributions by seven supervisees and the supervisor they all shared, readers are offered a rare glimpse into what takes place during the supervision hour. This book not only offers insight into the elements integral to effective supervision, but also teaches about the supervisory relationship. With contributors from various disciplines, theoretical orientations, and cultures, it shows how the supervisee and supervisor are able to navigate these differences while still gaining the most from supervision. Topics that are covered include cultural competence in multicultural supervision and remote supervision when it is conducted between clinicians in different countries, as well as an original study by the authors on the experiences of supervisees during the global Covid-19 pandemic and the transition to remote supervision. For mental health professionals who are training to be supervisors or experienced supervisors looking to improve their skills, this book will serve as an invaluable resource for professional development.
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Clinical Supervision

"This book presents a competency-based approach to supervision that emphasizes the use of science-informed theory and practice.

Author: Carol A. Falender

Publisher: Amer Psychological Assn

ISBN: 1591471192

Category: Medical

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"This book presents a competency-based approach to supervision that emphasizes the use of science-informed theory and practice. Without minimizing the complexity of supervision or ignoring the present scientific standing of the field, we posit that the practice of supervision involves identifiable competencies, which can be learned and in turn promote the supervisee's clinical competence through the integration and application of specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, and values. Furthermore, we present four superordinate values that we believe to be integral to supervision and clinical practice: integrity-in-relationship, ethical values-based practice, appreciation of diversity, and science-informed practice. Finally, we advocate for an approach to supervision that recognizes the personal strengths supervisees bring to their education and clinical training and, drawing on principles derived from positive psychology, informs the learning process and leads to increased competence and self-efficacy." (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved)
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