2 edition of supervision of group work and recreation found in the catalog.
supervision of group work and recreation
Hedley Seldon Dimock
|Statement||by Hedley S. Dimock and Harleigh B. Trecker.|
|Contributions||Trecker, Harleigh Bradley, 1911-|
|LC Classifications||HV45 .D5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 280 p.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||49011576|
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Get this from a library. The supervision of group work and recreation. [Hedley Seldon Dimock; Harleigh B Trecker]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dimock, Hedley Seldon, Supervision of group work and recreation. New York, Association Press, supervision encompasses the full range of group work, including attention to group dynamics, individual and group development, and the purposes of the supervision, which demands attention.
to the complex of interactions across these dimensions. 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 (Holloway ) or the Cyclical Model (Page and Wosket ).File Size: KB. Trauma-informed group supervision is a novel way of providing much-needed supervision to trauma helpers. complement group supervision where that is the dominant model.
Clackmannanshire and Stirling Council’s Group Supervision Record Appendix 5 highlights the need for clear recording systems. It is equally important in group supervision as in one-to-one supervision to agree clear structures and have a File Size: KB. • the overall purpose, aims, scope and features of this book • how the book is structured and the brief contents of each chapter • how the book is aligned with a range of national standards and requirements related to professional social work education and practice • the key themes that underpin the whole book.
Group Supervision Leadership learning pathways for Scotland’s social services PAGE 1 | 2 What is group supervision. Group supervision is facilitator-led via a formal, prearranged process that is agreed by the supervisor and supervisees.
The makeup of the group depends on the goals of the supervision. Group supervision is a com-File Size: KB. Group Supervision Template (ARCC) Individual Supervision Template (ARCC) Evaluation Forms. Sample Supervisee Evaluation. Sample Supervisor Evaluation. Intern/Trainee Evaluation (FCS) PhD Intern Evaluation (CHC) Supervision Outcomes Survey (Starlight) Self-Assessment Forms.
Christopher’s Ebbe’s Clinical Supervisor’s Self-assessment. The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) and the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) have developed Best Practice Standards in Social Work Supervision(hereafter “Supervision Standards”) to support and strengthen supervision for professional social workers.
The standards provide a general framework that promotes uniformity and. It offers a comprehensive insight into the complexities of organising, managing and creatively facilitating a group or of being a practitioner in a cooperative peer group' - Professor Sue Wheeler University of Leicester.
Among the plethora of supervision books, Group Supervision is. The standard for clinical supervision Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision, 6th Edition offers a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach that makes it the most highly cited publication in the field and an authoritative resource for anyone seeking certification as an Approved Clinical Supervisor.
Readers gain a thorough view of clinical supervision as they explore central themes from a Cited by: For a university teacher such as myself, whose main role is providing supervision, the book - in addition to a clear orientation as a result of its focused and systematic approach to supervision - provides numerous pieces of practical advice for my day-to-day work.
Reviewer Thomas von Lengerke, PhD, Deputy Head, Medical Psychology Unit, Cited by: 2. Recreational Therapy Supervisor I – Job Description General Responsibilities: Work involves the supervision, management and administration of a smaller size staff () of recreational therapists, recreational therapy assistants, aides and other subordinate staff and the planning, development, supervision andFile Size: 14KB.
What is group work. While many practitioners may describe what they do as ‘group work’, they often have only a limited appreciation of what group work is and what it entails. In this piece we introduce groups and group work, define some key aspects, and suggest areas for exploration.
In particular we focus on the process of working with groups. `This book is a most welcome addition to the rapidly growing number of books now available that address aspects of counselling supervision in the British context.
To my knowledge, it is the first that deals exclusively with group supervision and it is likely to become a classic text. It provides a comprehensive and, in many ways, inspiring handbook that should prove of enormous help to any.
Key words: social work, group supervision, skills, supervisor's role, responsibility. 1 Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, University of Oradea. 2 ALBIN Foundation. Introduction Supervision in social work is a complex process, which encompasses the following primary functions: administrative case management, reflecting on and learningFile Size: KB.
Clearly, additional work is needed to clarify the process variables of group supervision and the role of the group leader (supervisor). Supervisor as Group Leader Based on existing group supervision literature and small group literature, the following guidelines are of-fered to supervisors who wish to address process in group supervision: Size: 51KB.
issues surrounding the management of fitness, physical activity, recreation, and sport facilities in an open and accessible way.
Furthermore, this book not only introduces the students to a variety of management, marketing, financial, and legal concepts related to sport, but it also shows students. how to apply the concepts in real-life. Social Group Work is practiced by a trained social work professional who has had adequate field work supervision.
Group therapy is considered one of the promising psychosocial treatment modalities which is practiced in clinical settings for persons with emotional problems or mental health issues by qualified mental health professionals such as.
Guidelines for Clinical Supervision in Health Service Psychology (hereafter referred to as Guidelines on Supervision) is to delineate essential practices in the provision of clinical by: multicultural supervision and sections on mul - ticultural competence in working with super-visees with disabilities and in working with persons of different political values have been added to Chapter 6: Multicultural Supervision.
• A new section on the supervision of group work appears in Chapter 9: Group Supervision and Live Supervision.Psychoanalytic & Psychodynamic Supervision Sexuality in Supervision Winter Contents Foreword Christine Driver and Eleanor Creed-Miles Articles Supervision and Sexuality Dr.
Elphis Christopher Gay Supervision Bruce Kinsey Encounters across the divide: Gender dynamics in group supervision of work with older adults David Richards Book Review.