Cover of: Systemic Supervision | Gill Gorell Barnes Read Online
Share

Systemic Supervision A Portable Guide for Supervisory Training by Gill Gorell Barnes

  • 48 Want to read
  • ·
  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Industrial or vocational training,
  • Social Work,
  • Social, group or collective psychology,
  • Training of,
  • Social Science,
  • Social Work Administration,
  • Supervision of,
  • Psychology,
  • Social workers,
  • Psychotherapy - Couples & Family,
  • Public Policy - Social Services & Welfare,
  • Forensic Psychology

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8977034M
ISBN 101853028533
ISBN 109781853028533

Download Systemic Supervision

PDF EPUB FB2 MOBI RTF

New edition of the definitive text on systemic clinical supervision, fully updated and revised, with a wealth of case studies throughout Supported by a range of practical online resources New material includes coverage of systemic supervision outside MFT and international training contexts – such as healthcare, schools and the military. The Complete Systemic Supervisor book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Thanks to the input from numerous supervisors representin Author: Thomas Todd.   The Complete Systemic Supervisor book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Thanks to the input from numerous supervisors representin /5(7).   The Systemic Supervisor Electronic Resources viii About the Editors xi About the Contributors xiii Foreword: Supervision in Today s Complex World xix Harry J. Aponte Preface xxii 1 Core Premises and a Framework for Systemic/Relational Supervision 1 Cheryl L. Storm and Thomas C. Todd Part 1 Context Multiple Perspectives 17 2 Drawing the Line in Ethical Dilemmas in Systemic Supervision /5(7).

  Looking at processes within systemic supervision involves engaging with the different contexts within which the supervision takes place and engaging with a range of theories - some developed or applied within therapeutic contexts and others drawn from theories of by: 8. Systemic Supervision is an experiential approach that explores the self of the therapist and reciprocal influences between two systems: therapist and client. Often times a therapist, during her work with a client, will become immobilized, feel frustrated, alone, and set drift without a compass. supervision takes shape is critical to the model. The model suggests that the supervisor’s decision making and actions are always consciously or tacitly Figure Seven dimensions of the systems approach to supervision. From The International Handbook of Clinical Supervision (p. ), by C. Watkins Jr. and D. L. Milne (Eds.), ,File Size: KB.   Supervision practices within Multisystemic Therapy as a more outcome-focussed treatment model that works with families are compared with the supervision of family therapists working a mental health clinic. This paper looks at some of the more prominent supervisory practices in MST and Family Therapy and explores their similarities and by: 3.

The Second Edition of the definitive text on systemic clinical supervision has been fully updated and now includes a range of practical online resources.. New edition of the definitive text on systemic clinical supervision, fully updated and revised, with a wealth of case studies throughout; Supported by a range of practical online resources. Systemic Supervision examines the relationship between supervisor and trainee in terms of power, gender, ethnicity and sexuality, and ways to deal with these issues. In their conclusion, the.   Systemic supervision with groups in child protection contexts. When the supervision process falters and breaks down: pathways to repair. The highly practical information in Supervision of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice is adaptable by readers to their particular supervisory Format: Hardcover.   Systemic Supervision examines the relationship between supervisor and trainee in terms of power, gender, ethnicity and sexuality, and ways to deal with these issues. In their conclusion, the authors evaluate what new issues for therapy and theory the 4/5(1).