First steps in clinical supervision : a guide for healthcare professionals / by Paul Cassedy
Cassedy, Paul (författare)
- ISBN 978-0-335-23651-0 (hft)
- Maidenhead : Open University Press, 2010
- Engelska ix, 202 s.
- 1. Introducing clinical supervision : Are similar roles already in place? ; Reaching a definition ; Some background information ; This supervisor's background ; The name of clinical supervision ; Supervision as a journey ; Is supervision therapy? ; Categorizing clinical supervision into functions ; Benefits of clinical supervision ; What are the reasons for becoming a supervisor? ; Relevant collaboration with others ; Training for clinical supervision -- 2. What to cover at a first meeting : The purpose of a supervision contract ; Essential elements of a supervision contract ; Negotiation of rights and responsibilities ; Making contributions to the supervision relationship ; Putting in a little extra ; Getting started with the first meeting ; What has brought us here? Expectations for supervision ; Contracting for supervision: agreeing the practicalities ; Note taking and record keeping ; Introducing and making a contract -- 3. Qualities for a healthy supervision relationship : The essence of a supervision relationship ; Characteristics of a supervision relationship ; Person-centred theory ; The core conditions of helping and the supervision relationship ; Self-awareness and the clinical supervisor ; A self-awareness framework ; Giving constructive feedback -- 4. Three functions of clinical supervision : The normative function ; The formative function ; The restorative function ; A balance of support and challenge ; Changing supervisors ; The three functions and research -- 5. Active listening and responding skills : Listening as a supervisor ; Core principles for effective listening in supervision ; Non-verbal communication and listening ; Combining non-verbal cues with the spoken word ; Perceiving non-verbal communication ; Getting ready to listen ; The supervisor's toolbox of active listening skills --.
- 6. Six-category intervention analysis : The value of six-category intervention analysis to the clinical supervisor ; The prescriptive category ; The informative category ; The confronting category ; The cathartic category ; The catalytic category ; The supportive category ; Six-category intervention analysis for clinical supervision ; The need to be aware of degenerative interventions -- 7. A problem-solving framework: the skilled helper model : Reasons for a problem-solving model ; Stage 1. The current scenario or problem situation ; Stage 2. The preferred scenario ; Stage 3. Action strategies ; Some final thoughts -- 8. Reflective practice and the supervisor : Defining reflective practice ; Reflective practice in clinical supervision ; Reasons for a reflective framework ; A model of reflection ; Using reflective cycles and models together -- 9. Structuring and evaluating clinical supervision sessions : Does a session need a framework? ; Which framework to choose? ; A simple format ; Interpersonal process recall ; Self-assessment checklist for clinical supervisors ; Evaluation in clinical supervision ; When clinical supervision comes to an end -- 10. Avoiding stress and burnout as a supervisor : Stress and burnout ; Taking care of yourself ; The spirit of supervision ; Some ways to combat stress and replenish yourself ; Who supervises the supervisor?.
- Nursing services -- Administration. (LCSH)
- Leadership. (LCSH)
- Nurses -- Supervision of -- Great Britain. (LCSH)
- 362.173068 (DDC)
- Vp (kssb/8)
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