This is the first handbook to examine the theory, research, and practice of clinical supervision from an international, multi-disciplinary perspective. Focuses on conceptual and research foundations, practice foundations, core skills, measuring competence, and supervision perspectives Includes original articles by contributors from around the world, including Australia, Finland, Hong Kong, Slovenia, South Africa, Sweden, the United Kingdom, and the United States Addresses key aspects of supervision, including competency frameworks, evidence-based practice, supervisory alliances, qualitative and quantitative assessment, diversity-sensitive supervision, and more Features timely and authoritative coverage of the latest research in the field and novel ideas for clinical practice
The effectiveness of CBT depends on the quality of the supervision and training that is provided to its practitioners. A Manual for Evidence-Based CBT Supervision is intended to significantly strengthen the available resources for training and supporting CBT supervisors. The authors drew on the insights of many accredited CBT supervisors to develop the guidance, and the work is built firmly on an evidence-based approach. This manual will also be useful for individual supervisors and to those who support and guide trainers and supervisors (e.g., peer groups, consultants, managers, administrators, training directors), as the authors include training supervision guidelines and training materials (e.g., video clips, guidelines and PowerPoint slides). In summary, this manual provides critical guidance in a number of areas: Training resources and evidence based guidance to individual supervisors in a continuing education/professional development workshop format Criteria and guidance (including measurement tools and competence standards) to support the certification of supervisors Assisting in a “train the trainers” approach suitable for agency or organization-based training of supervisors Coaching and training supervisors and supervisees remotely, through supplementary materials and an interactive website
This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of social work supervision internationally and presents an analytical review of social work supervision theory, practice, and research. Presented in seven parts: International perspectives Supervision settings Roles, responsibilities, and relationships Models and approaches The interactional process Leading and managing supervision Emerging areas The book examines how supervision contributes to the well-being, development, and practice of social workers. It also sets the agenda for the future development of social work supervision internationally. Social work supervision is examined across countries, practice settings, and in terms of participants' roles, relationships, and responsibilities. Contributors show how and why social work supervision is integral to social work and the rich diversity of ways supervision can be practiced. Bringing together an international team of social work supervision scholars, researchers, supervisors, and practitioners, this handbook is essential reading for social workers, supervisors, managers, policy advisors, and professional leaders.
Effective Supervisory Relationships: Best Evidence and Practice is the first book to explore in detail the Supervisory Relationship, which research has consistently found to be the most critical component of any supervisory process. Helen Beinart and Sue Clohessy – two experts in the field – draw on world-wide studies that cover all major therapeutic approaches to the Supervisory Relationship, and include detailed coverage of cultural competence and issues of effective multicultural supervision. The result is a comprehensive resource that offers cutting-edge, internationally relevant information in order to inform study, training, continuing professional development and practice.
Foundations of Art Therapy Supervision serves as a reference guide for art therapists who have found themselves in supervisor roles without prior training and supervisees hoping to learn what to expect from the supervision relationship, and illustrates how to receive and provide clinical art therapy supervision. Written by two art therapists with over 35 years of collective supervision experience, this new resource includes a framework for providing effective supervision in the classroom and in the field, case studies and art-based supervisory exercises, and guidance for new professionals seeking certification or licensure. Chapters weave the authors’ supervision experience with a significant literature review, and feature explanations on how professional identities (art therapist, psychotherapist, counselor, supervisor, supervisee, administrator, educator, etc.) and personal identities (gender, race, sexuality, etc.) influence the supervisory and therapeutic relationships. This book will teach supervisees how to make the most of their experience while simultaneously providing a comprehensive reference for practicing supervisors.
“A practical and empowering guide. The integration of old and new material from therapeutic, systemic, and organisational thinking provides a distinctive and deep foundation for an exceptionally broad account of the key tasks and major methods of supervision.” —Derek Leslie Milne, Fellow of The British Psychological Society, UK “An excellent book that provides timely and important information – highly recommended for supervisors across all helping professions.” —Tony Rousmaniere, Clinical Faculty, University of Washington, USA “No bookshelf on supervision or coaching is complete without this core book, which is insightful, challenging and bang up-to-date. With new, important material, a wise book just got wiser.” —Eve Turner, Chair, Association of Professional Executive Coaching Supervision (APECS) This globally bestselling book provides a comprehensive guide to clinical supervision practice for helping professionals from various disciplines. As there has been a strong growth in research on supervision practice over the last 10 years, this new edition has been thoroughly updated to include insights from contemporary research and literature, providing supervisors with an accessible and well-informed grounding for their work. Highlights of this new edition include: •Deeper consideration of the challenges of working as helping professionals in current times •Updated guidance for supervisors and supervisees on best practice and making the most of supervision •An updated chapter on the Seven-eyed model •A revised chapter on running supervisor training programmes, including guidance for training supervisors in using the Seven-eyed model •A new chapter on development of supervision across professions, including invited contributions from practitioners from 11 different disciplines •A new chapter offering a comprehensive review of research on supervision, focusing on application to practice
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.
Supervision is the cornerstone of clinical training across all types of mental health providers. It facilitates the growth of mental health trainees and maintains the integrity of the field of mental health services by ensuring the competency of clinicians. However, the process can be complex and potentially confusing for both supervisors and trainees at any stage of their development or post-licensure career. Utilizing strength-based approaches is crucial to the success of supervision. This workbook facilitates a collaborative and strength-based approach to clinical supervision that both supervisors and trainees can use during the entire course of supervision, or for specific goals related to supervision. Each chapter of this workbook contains information and activities specific to both the trainee and supervisor to facilitate dialogue about individual and combined strengths, areas for growth, and goals for collaborative work. This is an essential start-to-finish guide addressing the entire supervision process, from preparing for the first session to conducting the last session, and everything in between.
The Routledge International Handbook of Forensic Psychology in Secure Settings is the first volume to identify, discuss and analyse the most important psychological issues within prisons and secure hospitals. Including contributions from leading researchers and practitioners from the UK, US, Australia and Canada, the book covers not only the key groups that forensic psychologists work with, but also the treatment options available to them, workplace issues unique to secure settings, and some of the wider topics that impact upon offender populations. The book is divided into four sections: population and issues; treatment; staff and workplace issues; contemporary issues for forensic application. With chapters offering both theoretical rigour and practical application, this is a unique resource that will be essential reading for any student, researcher or practitioner of forensic psychology or criminology. It will also be relevant for those interested in social policy and social care.
New edition of a distinctive guide to clinical supervision, for all who work in the mental health field Evidence-Based CBT Supervision offers an evidence-based perspective of particular interest to CBT supervisors working within mental health. It integrates the author’s extensive professional experience with relevant theories, empirical knowledge derived from the latest research, and guidance from other leaders in the field. First published as Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision, the Second Edition puts the emphasis more firmly on a cognitive-behavioral approach, clarifying as never before a CBT orientation to the subject. It also incorporates more information on the restorative function of supervision (supporting supervisors emotionally), and draws on findings and methods for developing professional expertise. Founded on the author’s long-term involvement in painstaking programmatic research, this book offers an original, scholarly, systematic, and constructive guide for fostering evidence-based supervision in mental health care. It features a manual with video demonstrations and supervision guidelines, and includes many useful ideas and recommendations for all those involved in supervision, not just trainers and supervisors. The author also spells out how the evidence base informs his companion book, the more practical and training-focused Manual for Evidence-Based CBT Supervision (Milne & Reiser, 2017). Bringing applied science to supervision, Evidence-Based CBT Supervision offers an expert’s guide to the critical business of making clinical supervision work within modern mental health services.
A total CBT training solution, with practical strategies forimproving educational outcomes. Teaching and Supervising Cognitive Behavioral Therapy isthe first comprehensive package to provide empirically-validatedCBT training and supervisory techniques. Applicable to a variety ofbehavioral health care disciplines, this multi-modal guide provideseducators with the information and tools that can help improveeducational outcomes. An examination of CBT developments over thepast twenty years leads into a discussion of practical applicationsfor improving CBT education, while addressing the technologicaladvances that facilitate dissemination and the specific challengesposed to confidentiality and patient care. The digital componentcontains additional audio and video content, plus downloadableworksheets that reinforce and expand upon the strategiespresented. Coverage includes advice geared specifically toward the mostcommonly-encountered problems, with video of training sessions thataddress issues like frustration with patients, disbelief inpsychotherapy, dislike of the method, and lack of skills. Readerswill gain insight into effective goal setting, and implement astructured approach to supervision. Examine existing literature and research on training,supervision, and evaluation Integrate theory with practical strategies to improve learningoutcomes Customize training approaches to specifically suit differentprofessional groups Fit the methods to the environment, including workshops,webinars, and podcasts Mental health professionals who favor an empirically-basedapproach to therapy will appreciate the effectiveness of anempirically-based approach to pedagogy. Backed by over two decadesof CBT research and the insight of leading CBT experts, Teachingand Supervising Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides trainerswith the tools and information they need to improve therapisteducational outcomes.
This guide explores a range of supervisory techniques--from role-playing and working with process notes to live supervision and cotherapy--as well as a variety of venues--from inpatient and community-based settings to diverse administrative contexts and scholarly environments. It also features a thorough discussion of unique issues in supervision, as well as legal issues and the current state of professional development--back cover.