Implementing clinical supervision

Case Studies From Leicestershire, United Kingdom

Authored by: John Fowler

Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision

Print publication date:  October  2010
Online publication date:  October  2010

Print ISBN: 9780415779555
eBook ISBN: 9780203843437
Adobe ISBN: 9781136912801


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This chapter presents a number of descriptive accounts of how clinical supervision is working in one geographical area. The author has worked in that region for many years and has amassed considerable practical as well as theoretical understandings of clinical supervision. Many accounts and models of clinical supervision, presented in the literature or at conferences, present their way of doing it as the best and only way and at times presented as ‘the more complicated the better’. However anyone who has seriously studied clinical supervision working in a variety of different clinical and organisational structures will soon realise that one size does not fit all. Each of the case studies in this chapter gives a very different picture of how the essential elements of clinical supervision were adapted to the needs of each specific environment.

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