Research

Social workers’ experience of supervision: a research study

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Introduction

Learning points The type, frequency and duration of supervision experienced by a sample of social workers. What social workers feel their supervision helps them with and how helpful they find it. What social workers most want to change about the supervision they receive. What factors make a difference to the helpfulness of supervision. This research […]

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