Effective Supervision in Social Work

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ISBN: 9781446271513
Release Date: 2012-11-19
Number of pages: 176
Author: Kate Howe
Publisher: Learning Matters

Download and read online Effective Supervision in Social Work in PDF and EPUB It is vital that social work managers and leaders are able to deliver and manage effective supervision to their teams. Recent social work reports such as the Munro Review into Child Protection (2011) identified poor supervision as a barrier to good and effective social work practice and highlighted the need for quality supervision to become embedded within departments. This book demonstrates how both managers and their staff can engage with supervision with a view to successful outcomes. There are detailed sections on audit tasks and reflection questions to enable readers to increase awareness of their role as well as develop action plans for improvement in their practice.


Mastering Social Work Supervision

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ISBN: 9781849051774
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 192
Author: Jane Wonnacott
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Download and read online Mastering Social Work Supervision in PDF and EPUB 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.


The Social Work Pocket Guide to

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ISBN: 190357580X
Release Date: 2012
Number of pages: 137
Author: Siobhan Maclean
Publisher:

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Social Work Supervision

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ISBN: 9781439105931
Release Date: 1979-04-01
Number of pages: 420
Author: Carlton E. Munson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Download and read online Social Work Supervision in PDF and EPUB A comprehensive view of historical and current approaches to social work supervision, which includes one of the most extensive bibliographies ever compiled on the subject. In this overview of historical and current approaches to social work supervision, topics range from the first documented origins of supervision to the field’s future trends, with special emphasis on organizational authority and the increasingly controversial issue of professional autonomy. In Social Work Supervision, the author offers social work students, instructors, and practicing supervisors valuable practical guidelines and a solid intellectual foundation for an effective and efficient approach to social work supervision, in a compact reference work.


Educational Supervision in Social Work

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ISBN: 9780231528436
Release Date: 2012-08-14
Number of pages: 274
Author: Jonathan Caspi
Publisher: Columbia University Press

Download and read online Educational Supervision in Social Work in PDF and EPUB -- Dean H. Hepworth, professor emeritus, School of Social Work, Arizona State University


Supervision in Social Work

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ISBN: 9780231525398
Release Date: 2014-03-25
Number of pages: 656
Author: Alfred Kadushin
Publisher: Columbia University Press

Download and read online Supervision in Social Work in PDF and EPUB First published in 1976, Supervision in Social Work has become an essential text for social work educators and students, detailing the state of the field and the place, function, and challenges of supervision in social work practice. This fifth edition takes into account the sizable number of articles and books published on supervision since 2002. Changes in public health and social welfare policy have intensified concern about the social work supervision of licensed practitioners. Tax and spending limitations at all levels of government, combined with the unfolding effects of welfare reform and managed health care, have increasingly emphasized the need for efficient and accountable administration of health and social services in the private and public sectors. This fifth edition confronts issues raised by these developments, including budgetary allocation and staff management, the problems of worker burnout and safety, the changing demographics and growing diversity of the supervising workforce, evidence-based and licensure supervision, and performance appraisal. Praise for previous editions: “The continuation of a classic! As always, this book is a joy to read, replete with numerous case examples to illustrate the major principles.”—Cynthia D. Bisman, Bryn Mawr College “Excellent.”—Social Work “A thought-provoking and comprehensive resource for students, faculty, and human services staff.”—Peter J. Pecora, senior director, research services, Casey Family Programs


Effective Leadership Management and Supervision in Health and Social Care

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ISBN: 9781473996410
Release Date: 2016-12-07
Number of pages: 216
Author: Richard Field
Publisher: Learning Matters

Download and read online Effective Leadership Management and Supervision in Health and Social Care in PDF and EPUB This is a practical introduction to the areas of leadership, management and supervision for line managers, supervisors and senior practitioners working in health and social care settings. The book explores different aspects of leadership and management including personal effectiveness, strategic thinking, supervision, planning and budgeting, effective change leadership and leading successful teams. Alongside new chapters on leading in an integrated environment, commissioning and self-leadership, this second edition has been greatly enriched through the inclusion of knowledge, experience, insight and expertise from a wide range of contributors, including senior leaders, lecturers, consultants and researchers, each with many years of experience working in health and social care.


Clinical Social Work Supervision

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ISBN: 156024285X
Release Date: 1993
Number of pages: 492
Author: Carlton E. Munson
Publisher: Routledge

Download and read online Clinical Social Work Supervision in PDF and EPUB Here is the updated and revised edition of Dr. Munson's classic text, An Introduction to Social Work Supervision. Taking into account the dramatic changes in clinical practice during the past decade, this book is invaluable to the supervisor who faces the complex, demanding world of social work. Clinical Social Work Supervision is the most up-to-date and comprehensive volume available on the subject. It provides an extensive overview of supervision and thoroughly details various aspects and techniques, as well as modes of supervision. Amidst a rash of violent outbursts around the country against social workers, Munson is timely with the section on client violence and safety issues for workers and supervisors. Designed for use by busy supervisors, the material presented in the book is grounded in an interactional framework to make it readable and highly useful. Readers will find many strategies they can adopt to make their supervision more effective and efficient. Written for and about supervisors, Clinical Social Work Supervision facilitates the passage of practice wisdom from one professional generation to the next. Each chapter contains a comprehensive bibliography and a list of suggested readings to aid in further investigation of specific topics. Full of practical information, advice, and guidelines, this landmark book is invaluable for every supervisor facing the complex, demanding world of clinical practice. Among the many topics addressed in this important book are: supervisor styles client violence and safety issues duty to warn laws administrator styles and how to respond to them use of DSM-III-R stress reduction and prevention credentialing ethics and legal issues in practice gender issues feminist practice and supervision clinical administration and record keeping This compendium of information is so accessible, experienced and beginning supervisors will find it to be a valuable tool in their daily work. Field instructors and clinical practitioners, advanced or beginner, will find Clinical Social Work Supervision is appropriate for their work also. Munson's text is so full of challenging topics of current importance, it is sure to remain the unchallenged classic in the field.


Practice Education in Social Work

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ISBN: 9781911106128
Release Date: 2016-06-13
Number of pages: 216
Author: Pam Field
Publisher: Critical Publishing

Download and read online Practice Education in Social Work in PDF and EPUB Now fully updated to reflect the changing social work landscape and with an expanded section on improving emotional resilience, this book is an invaluable guide for Practice Educators and Practice Supervisors undertaking learning and assessment to gain and maintain Stage 1 or 2 status under the Practice Educator Professional Standards for Social Work (2013) and for those involved in facilitating the learning, support, assessment and CPD of Practice Educators. Intended to enhance the learning and assessment of Practice Educators, it covers all key areas within Practice Educator training and offers guidance on the application of key skills and knowledge in supporting, assessing and teaching social work students and managing the placement. It will particularly assist Practice Educators to: Understand and implement effective supervision of social work students Understand holistic assessment of practice; assessing in line with capability levels expected at the end of first and final placement Deal with weaker or failing students.


Effective Practice Learning in Social Work

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ISBN: 1844456625
Release Date: 2010-06-01
Number of pages: 176
Author: Jonathan Parker
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Effective Practice Learning in Social Work in PDF and EPUB The Department of Health requires students on the social work degree to undertake at least 200 days in direct practice learning during their course. Practice learning often raises great anxieties for students, agencies and those who supervise and assess it. This book tackles those anxieties, explaining the ways the experience can deliver a unique learning opportunity for the student. It is ideal for students undertaking or about to undertake practice learning, student supervisors and practice assessors, as well as trainers and policymakers within social care agencies and healthcare professions where practice learning is also undertaken.


Social Work Supervision

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ISBN: 9781452238579
Release Date: 2004-06-23
Number of pages: 200
Author: Ming-sum Tsui
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Social Work Supervision in PDF and EPUB A book on social work supervision is desperately needed to bridge the gap between the demands of the field and the absence of literature. Social Work Supervision: Contexts and Concepts aims to provide readers with basic knowledge of theories, research, and practice of supervision. The book addresses the needs of social work supervisors, frontline practitioners, students, and educators and contains a comprehensive literature review of the historical development, theories and models, and empirical research studies of the subject. Equally important, this is a book from practice experience in supervision that enhances the competence of supervisory practice. It will help social workers, supervisors, and administrators to realize and revitalize their "mission" in social work, that is, to benefit clients.


Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions

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ISBN: 9781473906211
Release Date: 2014-06-28
Number of pages: 216
Author: Michael Carroll
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions in PDF and EPUB 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.


Developments in Social Work with Offenders

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ISBN: 1846426820
Release Date: 2007-09-15
Number of pages: 368
Author: Peter Raynor
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

Download and read online Developments in Social Work with Offenders in PDF and EPUB Developments in Social Work with Offenders explains the organisational and legislative changes that have occurred in social work and probation across the UK in the past 10 years, in the context of the accumulating body of knowledge about what constitutes effective practice in the assessment, supervision and management of offenders in the community. Three different aspects of working with offenders are covered: developments in policy; assessment, supervision and intervention; and issues and needs. Contributions from experts in the field discuss issues such as community `punishment', case management, accreditation and resettlement. The continuing concern with promoting evidence-based solutions to crime is addressed, and this book will assist professionals working with offenders with making focused interventions supported by research. This book will be essential reading for students of social work and probation and criminology, probation officers and social workers.


Social Work

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ISBN: 9781848607385
Release Date: 2007-03-29
Number of pages: 320
Author: Mark Lymbery
Publisher: SAGE

Download and read online Social Work in PDF and EPUB 'This engaging and stimulating book is well placed to become a key text in many student social workers' redaing lists' - Journal of Interprofessional Care `[An] excellent book, abounding with conceptual insights, bursting with research and evidence-based reasoning, and pretty comprehensive in the spread of topics. [It] contains plenty of though-provoking material in nice sized chunks that challenged me to think about my practice in different ways and also made me want to find out more. The range of contributors is impressive and students could do a lot worse than digest and reference their work in assignments' - Professional Social Work `a comprehensive account of the issues related to social workers' personal development and latest developments in social work practice. I have no doubt that this book will provide an invaluable reference guide for social workers who are interested in the development of the profession' - Social Policy and Social Work (SWAP) `[This] book is put together in an accessible and engaging way, which serves to stimulate the reader by posing questions, and creating opportunities for reflecting on the key learning points of each chapter. [It] should be an essential reading item on the book list of every social work student and act as a training resource to those training future social workers, and those already established within the profession' - Health & Social Care in the Community `In recent years, social work has been devalued by politicians and the media. However it requires practitioners equipped with key skills to empower individuals and communities and rooted in values which stimulate them to promote social justice. It is heartening that social work educators are at the forefront of equipping social workers with the skills and values to promote a better society. This book will open hearts and minds to achieve these ends' - Bob Holman, former Community Worker and Professor of Social Policy Social Work: A Companion to Learning is an exciting and definitive new book that will equip readers with the core knowledge and skills they need to successfully complete their social work training, and go on to be an effective practitioner. The text takes a holistic and critical approach, not only enabling students and practitioners to understand how to practise social work effectively, but also how to locate this practice within its societal context. Written and edited by leading experts in the field, each chapter skilfully explores key themes, issues, and concepts underpinning social work theory and practice in an engaging, authoritative and accessible way. The selection of topics serves to establish: - the contexts through which social work education can best be understood - the core requirements and processes that characterise social work courses - the issues involved in continuing professional development. The chapters comprise a wide range of key issues, such as communication skills, partnership working, the values of social work, supervision, management, law, and research mindedness, as well as two unique chapters written exclusively from service users' perspectives. Case studies, interactive questions, key points and further reading sections are used throughout the book to bring the material to life and aid readers' understanding. Social Work: A Companion to Learning will be a core text for students and practitioners at all levels, providing the most up-to-date and comprehensive companion they will need to help them progress in their careers. Mark Lymbery has taught social work at the University of Nottingham since 1995. He is the author of Social Work with Older People (2005), also published by SAGE. Karen Postle is a lecturer in social work at the University of East Anglia. Both authors have a background as social work practitioners.


Supervision in Educational Social and Medical Services Professions

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ISBN: 9781443851015
Release Date: 2013-07-26
Number of pages: 185
Author: Patricia Runcan
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Download and read online Supervision in Educational Social and Medical Services Professions in PDF and EPUB Supervision in Educational, Social and Medical Services Professions investigates both theoretical and practical aspects of stress, burnout and brain-drain; the need for supervision; the benefits of professional supervision; and the most common types of supervision; and provides a definition of the supervisor and their role in educational, social and medical professions. The book also presents quantitative research on a sample of 400 professionals (educators, medical assistants, psychologists, and social workers), aimed at identifying the need for supervision, the understanding and acceptance level of supervision, the advantages of supervision, as well as the burnout and brain-drain levels of professionals supplying direct services to their clients. The book is the result of a postdoctoral grant and will appeal to a wide range of professionals such as social workers, psychologists, medical assistants and doctors, teachers, researchers, as well as to all those interested in the field of social work and willing to develop professionally and personally.