A new article by Allyson Davys, Janet May, Beverly Burns, Michael O’Connell
The question of whether the practice of professional supervision is effective, and how its effectiveness can be measured, has been debated by both social work and other professions. This study explored how practitioners, supervisors and managers in Aotearoa New Zealand currently evaluate the supervision they receive, provide and/or resource. The study had an interprofessional focus involving counsellors, mental health nurses, psychologists and social workers. This article focuses on the findings from the social work cohort data.
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