Author(s): Derek Milne
Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision critiques and summarises the best available psychological evidence relating to clinical supervision, clarifying the key principles, setting out the related practice guidelines and specifying the research and practice implications. Drawing extensively on the current literature (from across the mental health disciplines), Evidence-Based Clinical Supervision provides a thorough, optimistic and original integration of theory, research and practice in the mental health field. The main clinical models are both explained and critiqued, guiding the reader in considering the different practical options that arise from each model. Readers are given both general and specific practice guidelines and are taken through the implications of these, making this a unique and valuable text, both for those new to supervision and for anyone interested in the latest research findings. Derek Milne brings twenty-five years of experience of supporting and developing supervisors, and has a written an original, scholarly text that will be indispensable to all involved in supervision.
"Milne has provided a useful book that warrants a place on the bookshelf of those who are interested in supervision. It covers a lot of essential ground. The reader who substitutes scientist--practitioner approach for each instance of his use of evidence based will find a useful resource." (PsycCRITIQUES, February 2010)
Derek Milne is the Director of the Newcastle University Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. He is a regular supervisor of clinical practice and research, and has also occupied the related roles of coach, mentor and consultant. He has been a Fellow of the British Psychological Society for over a decade.
Preface. 1 Recognising Supervision. 2 Understanding Supervision. 3 Reframing Supervision. 4 Relating in Supervision. 5 Applying Supervision. 6 Learning from Supervision. 7 Supporting Supervision. 8 Developing Supervision. 9 Concluding Supervision. References. Index.