Much is written about group supervision in other health care fields;however less attention is paid to this topic in social work. This lack of scholarlyattention became obvious to the author when he attempted to begin supervisingstudents in groups and was unable to reference a suitable model or template ofgroup supervision from which to gain ideas or direction. The author thereforedecided to develop his own model of group supervision. The following articlegives an account of how the author developed this model by critically appraisingthe relevant policy and theory from a local and national perspective to inform hispractice.
|Number of pages||19|
|Journal||Journal of Practice Teaching in Health and Social Work|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|