Getting the Best Out of Supervision in Counselling & Psychotherapy
A Guide for the Supervisee
- Mary Creaner - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Counselling Supervision | Counselling Training | Counselling Training & Supervision (General)
Getting the Best Out of Supervision in Counselling & Psychotherapy does exactly what it says on the tin! Supervision is an essential part of counselling training and ensuring you know exactly how to get the very most out of supervision is important, whatever their level of study. Exploring how to begin, maintain and end a supervisory learning relationship in the context of existing theory and best practice guidelines, the author will introduce your trainees to:
- Models and forms of supervision
- The skills informing good supervision
- What to expect from supervision
- Key professional issues in supervision
Written in a lively and engaging style, this book will enable both supervisors and supervisees to get the best they can from the supervisory experience.
I thought this was an excellent text for trainee counsellors. It is pitched at the right level to help them ease into the supervisory process and learn to maximise what it offers.
A valuable contribution to a somewhat neglected subject.
A clear introduction to the subject for my students - that is exactly what they need to know - how to get the most out of it
A very useful guide for both supervisors and supervisees alike
Appropriate for training counselling practitioners. Provides easily accessible information that students can relate to and apply to practice.
This essential text on counselling and supervision will provide students with a depth of understanding of the supervisory relationship.
This book is recommended for level 4 upwards in counselling training. It is at this point in their journey that students encounter supervision and this guides helps them get the best out of the experience
really useful text for supervisees and supervisors alike
Sample Materials & Chapters
Chapter One: What is the Meaning and Purpose of Supervision?