Reflective supervision looks easy when done by a skilled professional, but this apparent ease is based on mastery of many specific skills. To achieve mastery, you need to understand the principles of reflective practice, learn the techniques and then incorporate them so they become a natural part of your approach. Then you can "forget" technique and become a spontaneous reflective supervisor. This toolkit provides the techniques you'll eventually forget. The tools and mini-tools introduce you to a range of approaches to reflective practice. The goal is to discard the tools as you develop your reflective responsiveness. The toolkit expands on the principles of reflective supervision provided in the companion volume Reflective Practice in Supervision.
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About the Author
Michael Carroll Ph.D. is a counselling psychologist, an accredited executive coach and a supervisor of those in the helping professions. He is Visiting Industrial Professor at the University of Bristol and teaches supervision both nationally and internationally.
Table of ContentsAbout the toolkit
Principles of Reflective Practice in Supervision
FORMS AND TEMPLATES
SUPERVISION FEEDBACK FORM
NOTABLE INCIDENTS INSTRUCTIONS
REFLECTIVE JOURNAL (HELIUM BALLOONS)
PP - Pleased Platform
SIS - Slogan-Incident-Slogan
WANAW - Well and Not as Well
AARY - After Action Review - Why?
WACA - What-Analysis-Conceptualisation-Action
ROAM - Reflecting on a Moment
EMAP - Emotions Map
UMM - Unpacking Multiple Meanings
MINI-TOOLS FOR NOTICING
MINI-TOOLS FOR CONSIDERATION
MINI-TOOLS FOR CONSOLIDATION
NON-SUPERVISORY SPACES (A3)
SUPERVISORY SPACES (A3) Back cover