Model Of Integrative Supervision

Satisfactory Essays
Although books such as Lahad (2000) and Schuck & Wood (2011) much focused on creative arts based supervision, this books directs readers into exploring different types of supervision. It also emphasises on how supervision needs to be transformed and diversified in order to meet the demands of ever evolving modalities of integrative supervision. As for Carroll & Tholstrup (2011), new therapies of different techniques and approaches are being invented, demand for analogous supervision needs to be available for professions. Whilst different modalities of therapies are being developed they too generate interest into having different supervision approaches with in therapy related professions.

So this book explores how to meet this demand and the ways in which supervision can be further invented and developed to suit the ever evolving therapeutic interventions.
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