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Group processes in supervision. by Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.

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Written in English

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  • School supervision

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Pagination130 p. ;
Number of Pages130
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Open LibraryOL19302332M

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  Looking at processes within systemic supervision involves engaging with the different contexts within which the supervision takes place and engaging with a range of theories - some developed or applied within therapeutic contexts and others drawn from theories of by: 8. processes, such as supervision, you will gain professional support, guidance and development as a groupwork practitioner. Chapter 7 As the final chapter in Part II the ‘practice’ section of the book, Chapter 7 will con-sider the final phases of working with a group, in . is, to describe a comprehensive concept, or map, of supervision or of group supervision. The Supervision Alliance Model (Inskipp and Proctor , ), which is referred to in the Introduction, and underlies the group model used in this book, is an example of this use of the word. Others are the SAS (Systems Approach Supervision) Model (HollowayFile Size: KB. Group Processes Below is a list of the Group Process resources currently available through the GTB library. Resource No of Copies AUTHOR TITLE PUBLICATION Category book 1 borrow Benson, J. F Working More Creatively With Groups. 2nd edition. London, UK: Routledge Books. GP book 1 borrow Benson, J. F Working More Creatively With Groups. 3rd edition..

A comprehensive exploration of the processes of group supervision. The use of case studies to illustrate effective supervision brings the subject to life, as does Brigid Proctor's passion for group supervision and her support and encouragement for working creatively. This is a valuable resource for trainee, new and experienced supervisors. Mastering group supervision is designed for (but not limited to) social work, human services, health, education, counselling, human resources & other professionals wanting to grow their skills and confidence in facilitating a structured, ethical group supervision process so that it is a rich learning experience for all group participants. A reconceptualization of the problems and processes of developmental group supervision is proposed as occurring in three different but interesting domains. In exper- iments carried out on a. Determine the work location Highlighting issues related to supervision. Define and solve the issues while openly and enthusiastically share opinions and outlooks for future expansion and enhancement. Judiciously co-manage group processes for the day. Moderate and/or coach in cooperation to enhance the group’s processes.