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Supervision in the Helping Professions

  title={Supervision in the Helping Professions},
  author={Peter John Hawkins and Robin Shohet},
Foreword by Michael Carroll Preface Part One: The supervisee's perspective Good enough supervision and the challenges of our time The five capacities of reflective practice Reflecting on our motivations and core beliefs Being an effective supervisee Part Two: Becoming a supervisor and the process of supervision Becoming a supervisor Maps, models, frameworks and processes of supervision The seven-eyed model of supervision Working with difference - transcultural supervision Ethics and facing… 

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