Supervision In Clinical Social Work
As the bridge connecting new practitioners to the mastery of competent practice, clinical supervision is essential to continuity within clinical social work and to the overall health of the profession. This publication is intended to be definitive in describing clinical supervision in clinical social work—its purposes, nature, domains, and approaches—and the characteristics of practice by which a clinical supervisor may be recognized and rewarded.
Contributors: Robert Booth, Chief Executive Officer, Center for Clinical Social Work
Format: Digital Only: ePub. and PDF
Publisher: Center for Clinical Social Work