- How to shift supervision from a ‘verbal deluge’ of update from the social worker to focus on addressing their practice dilemmas.
- Advice on meeting requirements to record and provide oversight while creating space for a reflective rather than task-focused approach.
- Ways to make discussion of emotion – both the practitioner’s and children and families’ – central to the process.
The resources in this hub can help you meet point 9 of the Knowledge and skills statement for child and family practitioners: Child and family assessment.
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