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Clinical Supervision Made Easy: A Creative and Relational Approach for the Helping Professions

by Els van Ooijen PCCS Books
Pub Date:
10/2013
ISBN:
9781906254674
Format:
Pbk 230 pages
Price:
AU$55.99 NZ$60.86
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Clinical Supervision Made Easy is a practical book for supervisors and supervisees that offers the 3Step Method as a guide to effective supervision. This method is not linked to any particular theoretical orientation or philosophy, so it can be applied in any helping context irrespective of the profession of the worker. The three steps are: 1. What does the supervisee need from this session? 2. How can this be brought about? 3. What has been learnt and what needs to happen next? The book is written in a relational, experience-near and conversational style with many helpful examples, suggestions and techniques, based on the author's considerable experience of giving, receiving and teaching supervision. This second edition has been extensively revised and updated, and includes a new chapter on how to use creativity in supervision.

1. Models of supervision 2. Three steps to starting supervision 3. Introducing the 3Step method 4. Beginning supervision - Working with the 'What' section 5. Step 2 - Reflecting in supervision. Working with the 'How' section 6. Working with the non-rational in the 'How' section 7. Step 3 - Moving forward in supervision. Working with the 'What Now?' of supervision 8. Applying the 3Step method to group supervision 9. Creative reflection 10. Relational ethics 11. Supervision an organisations Conclusion Afterword References

This is a humane and generous book, which manages to make supervision seem a clear and accessible process, without ever talking down to the reader. The text is enlivened by anecdotes and examples so that it never feels dry. The 3-step method, developed by the author from her own experience of supervision, will be very useful to students and practitioners alike, as it provides a framework for making sense of several established models of supervision whilst also offering its own clear route through the complexities of the process. I particularly like the chapters on creative supervision and ethical decision-making, because they are so full of ideas and useful suggestions. For me this is one of the best new books on supervision and I will certainly recommend it to my students.Helen Weston, co-director of Relationships Scotland's Diploma in Casework Supervision, Edinburgh.
Dr Els van Ooijen has a private psychotherapy, counselling and supervision practice in Bristol and co-teaches a Diploma/MA in Consultative Supervision at the University of South Wales.