In this authoritative and thoughtful new book, Jan Wiener, Richard Mizen and Jenny Duckham, together with a number of senior Jungian analysts, explore key aspects of the supervisory process. Two core themes run throughout the text.
Author: Jan Wiener
Supervision is an essential constituent of analytic and psychotherapy training and a crucial part of ongoing professional development for all practitioners. In spite of this, little formal theory about supervision has been developed and, for the most part, learning to supervise has progressed using a simple apprenticeship model. Supervising and Being Supervised aims to rectify this situation. Jan Wiener, Richard Mizen and Jenny Duckham draw together contributions from a number of experienced Jungian analysts who supervise to explore key aspects of the supervisory experience with the aim of developing a theory for analytically-based work. Part One explores the nature of the supervisor-supervisee relationship, Part Two looks at a number of the settings and applications of supervision and Part Three examines problems that might occur in supervision. In the fourth and final part, and drawing on the previous chapters, the focus turns specifically to the challenges of developing a clear theory of supervision.
supervisee or extended beyond its necessary duration can be safeguarded only
through frequent assessments of the status ... If the supervisor agrees, matters
again move forward as planned, with supervision being terminated at the end of
Author: Robert Langs
There is always a lively interest in the supervisory process and its explication. Courses in supervision abound and the critical role of supervision in becoming a psychotherapist is widely acknowledged. It is for this reason that this book aims to present the essentials of supervision, establish validated principles of teaching and learning, define a series of optimal supervisory precepts, consider some of the basic issues in this sometimes difficult arena, explore the supervisee's concerns as the student, and address the future of supervisory work.Supervision should be principled and properly framed, sufficiently consistent and well defined to assure the supervisee the best possible supervisory experience and the supervisor a situation with as little possibility of crisis and untoward reactions, and as much reward as possible. This book is dedicated to both teachers and students: to their growth, maturation and ultimately to better psychotherapy for their patients.
A well-written, practical and informative publication... of value to supervisees, supervisors and all those involved in counsellor and supervisor training' - Counselling Psychology Review `This book... argues that the social context is ...
Author: Michael Carroll
`The book is written in such as way as to challenge and educate through the use of exercises, scenarios and activities. Something it does rather well... A well-written, practical and informative publication... of value to supervisees, supervisors and all those involved in counsellor and supervisor training' - Counselling Psychology Review `This book... argues that the social context is important for the individual client, supervisee and supervisor, as is the context in which the work and supervision are done... it is a clear, well-written and enjoyable book, containing helpful information for both supervisees and supervisors' - Transformations, The PCSR Journal There is an increa
Using features such as case studies, exercises and points for reflection, this is an ideal introduction to managing the supervisory relationship for both trainee and supervisor.
Author: Michael Carroll
Using features such as case studies, exercises and points for reflection, this is an ideal introduction to managing the supervisory relationship for both trainee and supervisor. This second edition of the book formerly titled Counselling Supervision now covers new and contemporary areas of supervision such as ethical maturity, insights into supervision from neuroscience, the organisational demands from the various contexts in which supervision takes place. It widens the concept of supervision to include professions such as coaching, organisational development consulting, counselling and psychology.
On Being Supervised and Supervision Saralea E. Chazan, Ph.D. In the realm
between here and there, becoming and arrived, there exists a land of discovery.
Between realms, light shines through interspaces and enlightens relationships
Author: Robert C. Lane
First published in 1991. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
`Experienced supervisors would find it useful to read as a part of their continuous professional development′ - Counselling at Work Highlighting the crucial themes intrinsic to the supervision process, this volume offers a varied ...
Author: Elizabeth Holloway
`Experienced supervisors would find it useful to read as a part of their continuous professional development' - Counselling at Work Highlighting the crucial themes intrinsic to the supervision process, this volume offers a varied selection of methods for educating supervisors. Experienced international trainers describe how they teach critical elements in the practice of supervision and outline their models for teaching in the context of their practice. The book covers a wide range of topics including: contracting; reflective processes; supervision in group and multicultural contexts; and evaluation. The text is organized to bring continuity across the elements addressed, and to heighten awareness of educational methods as a whole. Case studies and exercises for teaching are provided.
Author: Richard Bryant-JefferiesPublish On: 2017-11-22
To complement these, this book focuses more on the supervisory element of the therapeutic process.
Author: Richard Bryant-Jefferies
Publisher: CRC Press
Each preceding book in the Living Therapy series provides a demonstration of the application of the person-centred approach to counselling and psychotherapy to clients presenting with particular issues. To complement these, this book focuses more on the supervisory element of the therapeutic process. It brings together examples of supervision sessions from the Living Therapy series, and presents each one as an example of person-centred supervisory practice of person-centred counselling. The supervision sessions deal with a range of issues that arise when working with clients who are seeking counselling in order to resolve difficulties from a wide range of difficult human experience. Each supervision session is introduced with a summary of the background, and points for discussion are included at the end of each chapter to stimulate further thought and debate. The book does not attempt to demonstrate a definitive way to apply person-centred principles to supervision, but does demonstrate core principles. It will prove valuable to experienced and novice supervisors, and to those uncertain about supervising counsellors working in areas outside their own professional experience. It should also be read by counsellors in training who are preparing to be supervised, for whom the book offers insights into this collaborative process.
This book will be very suitable for such training courses. The authors both come from a medical background so the book is likely to be particularly well recieved within scientfic and medical departments.
Author: Eley, Adrian
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (UK)
This is a practical guide aimed at supervisors of research students. It is written in a lively case study style and is designed to appeal to supervisors who need a quick fix, and who have neither the time nor the inclination to read a more detailed, in depth book on the subject such as Supervising the Doctorate. There is a growing need for such a volume as the QAA postgraduate code of practice in the UK indicates that all new doctoral supervisors must be trained appropriately. This book will be very suitable for such training courses. The authors both come from a medical background so the book is likely to be particularly well recieved within scientfic and medical departments.
Within supervision this could result in women being reluctant to terminate supervision (especially if there is a female supervisee and female supervisor),
while male supervisees may take the 'goodbyes' too lightly, creating what they
term a ...
Author: Mr Michael Carroll
This work examines the practical skills needed for setting up a programme of supervision and the theoretical knowledge required. It provides two models: a four-stage model of setting up, maintaining and engaging in supervision; and a model connecting the tasks of supervision with its goals and purposes. It is intended for use by both supervisor and trainee as a means of managing their relationship
In addition to this, each party may be coming to the process with differing ideas
as to what supervision really means. Often our ideas about supervision will have
been influenced by our own experiences of being supervised and of supervising
Author: Jane Wonnacott
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Category: Social Science
This book is an accessible guide to the essential skills of social work supervision. It covers the development of the supervisor-supervisee relationship, the assessment and management of risk, understanding and managing poor performance, and support for the supervisors themselves.
This book helps supervisees to get the most out of supervision and reap the unique and substantial benefits that can indeed be found on this profound journey.
Author: Erik De Haan
We know from experience and research that supervisory relationships can be immensely rewarding and developmental. Yet the same relationships can also be, and often are at the same time, highly anxiety-provoking and conflictual. Supervision as a developmental process is often mixed with quality assurance, performance reports, or marking and evaluation. Such processes only amplify the substantial power relationships that are part and parcel of supervision and they make engaging well with a supervisor really tough and challenging. This book helps supervisees to get the most out of supervision and reap the unique and substantial benefits that can indeed be found on this profound journey.
Program teaches techniques to develop and inspire people; the keys to team building; how to deal positively with conflict; how to delegate the right project to the right person; and the best measures for cost control and methods improvement ...
Author: Donald P. Ladew
Publisher: National Seminars Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Program teaches techniques to develop and inspire people; the keys to team building; how to deal positively with conflict; how to delegate the right project to the right person; and the best measures for cost control and methods improvement.
Jungian perspectives on clinical supervision. Einsiedeln: Daimon Verlag. Martin,
Edward. 2003. Problems and ethical issues in supervision. In Supervising and being supervised: A practice in search of a theory, ed. Jan Wiener, Richard Mizen
Author: Murray Stein
Publisher: Open Court
Written by 40 of the most notable Jungian psychoanalysts — spanning 11 countries, and boasting decades of study and expertise — Jungian Psychoanalysis represents the pinnacle of Jungian thought. This handbook brings up to date the perspectives in the field of clinically applied analytical psychology, centering on five areas of interest: the fundamental goals of Jungian psychoanalysis, the methods of treatment used in pursuit of these goals, reflections on the analytic process, the training of future analysts, and special issues, such as working with trauma victims, handicapped patients, or children and adolescents, and emergent religious and spiritual issues. Discussing not only the history of Jungian analysis but its present and future applications, this book marks a major contribution to the worldwide study of psychoanalysis.
On. Supervising. and. Being. Supervised. at. a. Distance. John A. Malone Curtin
University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia The history of postgraduate supervision and research in tertiary institutions worldwide is a relatively short one
Author: John A. Malone
Research and Supervision in Mathematics and Science Education provides student researchers and their supervisors with information about both the essentials of planning, conducting, reporting, and publishing qualitative research, and the characteristics of quality supervision. It is focused primarily for postgraduate research students in mathematics and science education and their supervisors. It will also be of interest to students and faculty in other disciplines that use educational and sociological research paradigms. The volume builds on two phenomena of recent years: first, the increasing momentum of postgraduate research in mathematics and science education and, second, the resulting need of those involved for knowledge about doing research and about engaging in quality supervision. The decision to address both research and supervision in one volume is a response to the fact that faculty who supervise postgraduate research often are in need of resources covering not only aspects of project and thesis supervision, but also the knowledge to assist students in research design, especially in the qualitative field. Drawing on recent research and practice, the authors of the chapters in this book illustrate approaches and strategies that have been used successfully with, and by, postgraduate students. The book also has a strong future orientation, describing how postgraduate supervision and research will change as more and more students gain access to and make use of the vast array of technological resources now available. A necessary and unique addition to books in the field of postgraduate research and supervision, this volume's particular appeal stems from its practical approach, its creative future perspective, and the wide generalizability of the thinking and ideas it presents.
The purpose of this book is twofold: (1) to delineate the unique functions of the firstline supervisors and to guide them in how they can function effectively in the "real world" and (2) to inform managers on what performance they should ...
Author: Jack Asgar
Category: Business & Economics
The purpose of this book is twofold: (1) to delineate the unique functions of the firstline supervisors and to guide them in how they can function effectively in the "real world" and (2) to inform managers on what performance they should expect from their subordinate supervisors and to guide them in achieving productive results from their workgroup. The role of a supervisor, as differentiated from that of a manager, often is very hazy in a multilevel organization. In some cases every level of management gets involved in supervision and duplicates the supervision function. Often these misuses of functions are justified on the basis of "Management by Walking Around," "Show of Interest and Concern with the Worker," etc. These management fads and euphemisms not only produce negative results, they will cause other deep-rooted problems for the organization. First, by managers doing the job of supervisors, managers do not have the time to perform their own managerial duties which are essential and distinctly different. Second, when an organization recognizes that managerial activities are not being performed, the organization creates additional levels of management -- causing the burden of unreasonable overhead costs. Third, the managers usurp the function of supervisors, not allowing the supervisors to learn and strengthen themselves. No amount of supervisory training is going to compensate for the lack of opportunity to perform. Fourth, at best these misuses of functions are going to create many duplications of effort. Organizations have to realize that supervision is different from managing and that each level requires a different set of skills and a different set of responsibilities. Various levels of the organization are not the result of outgrowth from the previous one. We truly do have levels if discontinuity in organizations. For example, when a worker gets promoted to supervisor, he or she must realize that this new position is different -- not only in superficial issues such as title, salary, benefits, perks, parking locations, etc., but also in the nature of the work. Supervision requires learning and performing supervisory skills. Also, when supervisors become managers, they have to recognize the level of discontinuity again. Managers are not glorified supervisors. Their function is substantially different, and they too have to learn and perform these different functions. One of the important realizations is to "let the supervisors supervise." This simple statement is the essence of success. Those who do not understand or practice that simple axiom are doomed to reap the results of their own doing. There is no other book available in the market that discusses these issues.
Vision and Supervision marks an advanced stage in this collective elaboration of
thinking about supervising, about being supervised, and about the training of supervisors, including the supervision of supervisors. The chapters in this volume
Author: Dale Mathers
Supervision in analytical psychology is a topic that until recently has been largely neglected. Vision and Supervision draws on archetypal, classical, and developmental Post-Jungian theory to explore supervision from a variety of different avenues. Supervision is a critical issue for therapists in many training programmes. Quality of training and of therapeutic treatment is paramount, and increasingly the therapy profession is having to devise ways of assessing and monitoring themselves and each other. In this book, Dale Mathers and his contributors emphasise a model of supervision based on parallel process, symbol formation and classical Jungian analysis rather than developmental psychology or psychoanalytic theory, to show how respect for diversity can innovate the practice of supervision. Divided into three sections, this book covers: the framework of supervision, its boundaries and ethical parameters individuation supervision in different contexts including working with organisations and multicultural perspectives. Written by experienced clinicians, Vision and Supervision brings insights from analytical psychology to the supervisory task and encourages the supervisor to pay as much attention to what does not happen in a session as to what does. It offers a fresh perspective for analysts and psychotherapists alike, as well as other mental health professionals involved in the supervisory process.
... and supervision training as trainers, supervisors, external assessors,
consultants and writers. Joint publications include a set of three audiotapes and
two booklets entitled The Skills of Supervising and Being Supervised, produced
Author: Joyce Scaife
Since the publication of the first edition of this book supervision has become of even greater significance in health, education and social care settings, with continuing pace in the trend towards mandatory registration, managed care and clinical governance. This fully updated and expanded edition includes new chapters on issues of diversity and the managerial role of the supervisor in context. Packed with practical examples in the key areas of personal and professional development, Joyce Scaife and her contributors draw on three decades of clinical experience to explore frequently encountered dilemmas including: how supervisors facilitate learning the ethical bases of supervision creating and maintaining a good working alliance how supervisors can balance management and supervision roles working equitably in an increasingly diverse and pluralistic world Supervision in Clinical Practice offers a range of suggestions for providing supervision that are stimulating, creative and fun, using methods that ensure safe and open practice. It is an indispensable text for supervisors and supervisees who practice clinically in a range of professions, including applied psychology, counselling, psychotherapy, psychiatry, nursing, and social work.
This chapter is structured to parallel the process of being a supervisor –
beginning with taking 'stock' of oneself, fol- lowed by preparation, then focusing
on establishing supervision and finally undertaking the task itself. In doing this we
Author: Jason Davies
Category: Social Science
Forensic practitioners work in a diverse range of settings, with a wide variety of groups and with a large number of agencies. Their work, whilst rewarding, is challenging, demanding and often undertaken in highly stressful situations. Ensuring that the workforce is trained and supported is essential in order to maintain skilful, knowledgeable, responsive and effective practitioners. Whilst training, self-directed learning and peer support all play a role, the need for supervision for practitioners is increasingly being recognised. This text is aimed at all those working in forensic settings who have direct contact with the perpetrators and victims of crime and is written for both those new to supervision and those with many years’ experience. Specific chapters focus on knowledge and skills for the supervisor and the supervisee and on those responsible for developing supervision systems for staff groups. This includes a focus on risk, boundaries, approaches to learning and the evidence base for supervision practice. Attention is also given to developing supervision competence and combatting harmful or ‘lousy’ supervision. The core text is supplemented by ten Special Topics addressing single issues commonly faced in supervision practice, such as ethical issues and reflective practice. The combination of comprehensive chapters and a focus on specific issues through ten Special Topics provides those involved in supervision with an essential resource. This book is essential reading for supervisors, students, managers and researchers who are involved or interested in the supervision process.
Author: Virginia Smith HarveyPublish On: 2008-04-25
This new edition also has an increased focus on system-based delivery, multicultural issues, and clinical supervision.
Author: Virginia Smith Harvey
Publisher: Corwin Press
Essential for fostering the professional development and enhanced competency of school psychologists, this book discusses administrative and clinical supervision and offers vignettes, assessment tools, and methods for evaluating professional growth.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 3Publish On: 1972
The current alternatives for any inmate of any institution are few ; he can be
completely discharged , paroled under supervision , sent to a prerelease center
or a halfway house , or retained in prison . Of those inmates in prison at any given
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee No. 3