Practice Guidance

Talking about emotion in supervision: quick guide

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Learning points The importance of talking about emotions – both practitioners’ and children and families’ – and how this easily gets squeezed out of supervision discussions. Tips to keep emotions central to the process with examples from practice. How to ‘give permission’ to talk about how the social worker is feeling and what service users’ […]

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