Health and Social Care level 5

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Develop professional supervision practice in health and social care or children and young people’s work settings. Task Impending changes to supervision, and performance management . What is a supervision ? A supervision is a regular meetings with an independent person with training, skills, and knowledge to help you to reflect on your work practice with a goal towards improvement. Professional supervision happens outside of the workplace and is a confidential relationship. At the outset, you will establish a supervision contract that includes specific goals, frequency of meeting, payment arrangements, etc. Each session (whether monthly, 3-monthly, or 6-monthly) is centered around your goals and is followed with…show more content…
The supervisory model of the cognitive behavioral therapist consist of building rapport, skill analysis and assessment, setting goals (for the supervisee), implementation of strategies, follow-up and evaluation. CBT supervisors accept part of the responsibility for supervisee learning, but define the potential of the counselor as the potential to learn, and therefore supervision is concerned with the extent to which the supervisee is able to demonstrate technical competency. Developmental approaches to supervision Developmental approaches fundamentally focus on how the counselor will change as they gain further training and supervised experience. Developmental supervision is based on two assumptions, In the process of becoming competent, the counselor will progress though a number of stages that are qualitatively different from each other; each stage requires a qualitatively different environment for optimum growth to occur. Over the years literally dozens of supervisory theories have been put forth by numerous developmental psychologists attempting to improve on previous theories. The Stoltenberg Model identified four stages or levels: 1. During the first level the counselor is dependent on the supervisor, by they lack in self-confidence, while imitating and endorsing categorical thinking with little real experience. 2. Level two, is indicated by an increased awareness in the counselor and a striving for independence becoming more assertive with less
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