Offers an insight into the complexities of organising, managing and creatively facilitating a group or of being a practitioner in a cooperative peer group. This book describes the skills needed for: managing different types of group, developing a flexible leadership style; making sense of group and individual needs; and, using creative methods.
Praise for the First Edition: 'A welcome addition to the literature... I thank Brigid Proctor for her guidelines for good practice and stimulating ideas for using the potential of groupwork within the supervision process' - ACCORD
PART I THE GROUP SUPERVISION ALLIANCE MODEL Setting the Scene The Group Option A Typology for Supervision Groups PART II MANAGING SUPERVISION GROUPS Agreements as Friends Skilful Group Allies - Supervisor and Members Strategic Priorities Hot Issues of Group Life Sharing Responsibility - Peer Groups PART III SUPERVISING IN GROUPS The Harvest Inviting Creativity PART IV DEVELOPMENT Groups for Developing Supervision Training, Research and Accountability