Supervision in social work alfred kadushin daniel harkness on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers first published in 1976 supervision in social work has become an essential text for social work educators and students. The role of supervision in social work a critical analysis jeanne marie hughes ba early childhood studies msw abstract this research explores the role of supervision in social work practice. Supporting social workers with quality supervision is an investment not an expense supervision from an agencys perspective2 1 supervision is a tool that is used to achieve the agencys objectives 2 supervision will be affected by the agencys goals structure policies and procedures service settings and the agencys climate 3 the supervisor serves as the mediator and liaison . Social workers can benefit from supervision that encourages them to reflect on their feelings about their work photograph camera press ltd alamy alamy one year ago i packed my bags with seven years social work experience and left my job in sweden for fresh challenges in a new country i moved . Supervision means a professional relationship between a licensing supervisor and a social worker in which the licensing supervisor provides evaluation and direction of the services provided by the social worker to promote competent and ethical services to clients through the continuing development of the social workers knowledge skills and values
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