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Freedom to practise II: Developing person-centred approaches to supervision

Freedom to practise II: Developing person-centred approaches to supervision
Authors: ,
Tag: English
Publisher: PCCS BOOKS
Publication Year: 2007
Length: 232 pages
ISBN: 9781898059974

This second volume of writings on the broad theme of Person-Centred approaches to supervision both develops Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall's philosophical stance on supervision practice and introduces new perspectives from across the spectrum of Person-Centred thinking

About the Book

This second volume of writings on the broad theme of Person-Centred approaches to supervision both develops Keith Tudor and Mike Worrall’s philosophical stance on supervision practice and introduces new perspectives from across the spectrum of Person-Centred thinking … this companion to the first volume has provided a rich source of materials (along with its references to a vast array of related writing) stimulating debate and creative thinking about what supervision is, and can be. Although some of the arguments presented would require a deeper knowledge of Person-Centred theory to fully appreciate, much of the material and certainly the overriding philosophical stance I think would be of interest to anyone working in a supervisory or mentoring role with practitioners in the ‘helping’ professions. Marian Kavanagh, Senior Lecturer in Counselling, University of Cumbria in BJGC 37(2) 2009.