Effective Supervision for Counsellors
- Hazel Reid - Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
- Jane Westergaard - Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
Counselling Supervision | Counselling Training | Counselling Training & Supervision (General)
Also explored are notions of creativity and flexibility in supervision, as well as key concepts such as multi-cultural and anti-oppressive practice. Full of practical activities that link theory to everyday practice, this essential textbook will develop your skills as a counsellor in an interactive and engaging way.
Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice is a new series written specifically to support students on Counselling and Psychotherapy courses. These books are practical in focus, concentrate on linking theory to everyday practice, and include practical activities to aid learning.
This text is accessible, with a structured layout that presents information regarding supervision theories, concepts, ethics, reflexivity and multiculturalism. The development of the supervisory relationship section is excellently addressed and synthesises various supervisory theories, models and interventions in a clear and comprehensive manner. The use of creative methods is particularly innovative and the text includes key components that are essential for effective supervision for counsellors. Activities enable application of the areas addressed within the section and there are a series of reflection points that encourage depth of reflection. An essential text for any supervisor/supervisee within the counselling sector.
Excellent and up to date book with sole focus on supervision. A good supportive text for students who are starting out and trying to understand the concept of supervision to supporting them through their journey during training. Excellent use of embedding activities throughout to engage readers.
A very useful book for my supervision module. I Like the way the text covers the beginnings to the end of a supervisory relationship.
A useful introduction to supervision for trainee counsellors, those wanting to get more from their supervision or those considering becoming supervisors. Clearly structured and accessibly written with helpful examples and practical advice.
An interesting read.
Good introductory text for those new to supervision and/or those considering becoming supervisors
I find Hazel Reid writes in a way that is accessible for students who are grappling with issues of practice and supervision.
I have found this book to be extremely informative, it is well set out and very well paced.
It contains information on supervision from start to endings and gives case studies that can be analysed both in class and as individual assessments set for students to carry out alone.
It covers the ethical requirements of a counsellor and the need for self monitoring and reflexive practice and gives explanations on why this is paramount for every counsellor, regardless of their theoretcal model.I will be adding this to the recommended reading list.
This publication is so helpful. It is clearly structured, with interesting and easily accessible examples.
The writing style is informative with useful practical suggestions.
Very comprehansive text that considers supervision in all aspects.