9780534630270

Clinical Supervision What to Do and How to Do It

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  • ISBN13:

    9780534630270

  • ISBN10:

    0534630278

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2003-09-05
  • Publisher: Brooks Cole

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Summary

This book presents a practical yet comprehensive framework for thinking about and doing clinical supervision. It provides a strengths based, process phase model that begins with engagement and carries through to assessment, goal setting, intervention and evaluation. There is also an intervention section that focuses on the clinical supervisor's administrative role as manager, which includes information on managing risk, and managing the agency/staff fit. Issues related to culturally competent practice, ethics and legal issues are weaved through the text from beginning to end. To help students learn the complex dynamics of clinical supervision, Dr. Cohen provides a multitude of case illustrations gathered form 30 years of practice experience. These examples are intended to make didactic features of the framework come alive as they illuminate the thinking processes of the participants and in most cases, their feelings and behavior as well.

Table of Contents

Part One: THE ENGAGEMENT PHASE: CONSTRUCTING A FOUNDATION
1. Supervision Defined, Role Induction and the Supervisory Contract
2. Developing the Relationship: Supervisor Skills and Attributes
3. The Individual and Group Formats for Supervision
Part Two: THE WORK PHASE: BUILDING ON ENGAGEMENT
4. Assessment
5. Formative Assessment, Goals for Growth and Contract Revision
6. Intervention

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