Customer Review 1
This is a well written and well thought out text that will appeal to learners.
Practitioners and supervisors with a wide range of experience will be able to make good use of this text.
Mr Craig Thompson
Depart, Northumbria University
Jan 09 2013
Customer Review 2
I have recommended this text to students who are completing four year B Sc nursing and about to undertake 36 week internship programme prior to registration. The advantage of this text is its adoption of a strengths based approach which is the foundation of my teaching approach for practice intervention in mental health setting. The intention of recommending this text is to provide students with supplemental reading and future direction relating to professional supervision.
Dr Ann Sheridan
School of Nursing, Midwifery & Health Systems, University College Dublin
Nov 28 2012
Customer Review 3
Probable use Fall 2013
Mr Barry Schecter
Health , SUNY Cortland
Nov 08 2012
Customer Review 4
Useful for group and individual supervision practice. Informative and easy to navigate through the chapters.
Mrs Lyz Howard
Department of Health, Health and Social Care Teaching Team
Oct 31 2012
Customer Review 5
Useful overview of progressive ways to provide supervision that mirror therapy and allows supervisors to model positive relationship buliding styles during supervision, thereby encouraging supervisees to adopt similar positive styles during therapy.
Mr Chardworth Dhliwayo
Translational Medicine / School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester
Sep 28 2012
Customer Review 6
a really encouraging and positive approach to what some new professionals find challenging
Mr Timothy Wallis
Health, University Campus Oldham
Sep 17 2012
Customer Review 7
good book but quite in a specialised field
Counselling, Queen's University Belfast
Sep 10 2012
Customer Review 8
Useful book to supplement existing text
Dr Els van Ooijen
School of Social Sciences, University of Wales, Newport
Sep 05 2012
Customer Review 9
Supervisory models - helpful to recap from the strengths perspective.
Interpersonal relationship skills including conflict resolution is covered well.
Vignettes helpful but clearly US centric. Also UK people need to be aware of US legislation being cited.
Mrs Sue Williams
Centre for Social Work, Nottingham University
Sep 03 2012