Strengths-based questions for reflective conversations
Supervision plays a pivotal role in the professional development of social workers, psychologists, counsellors, managers, health practitioners, life coaches and other human service professionals.
supervision is the revised edition of A Vision for Supervision. It is a fantastic tool for supporting strengths-based, solution-focused approaches to supervision.
This incredible 30 card resource provides opportunities to build the capacity of practitioners and supervisors in a range of Human Service settings.
The adaptability of these cards can help set expectations when establishing a supervision relationship and provide a new dimension to existing ones.
The primary aim of these cards is to empower both the supervisor and practitioner to engage in curious, nuanced and reflective conversations that will help build the capacity and learning of both.
supervision covers all aspects of supervision, including setting up strengths-based and solution-focussed processes, focussing on reflective practice, building self-supervision skills, creating spaces to explore best practices, reviewing progress over time, generating opportunities and considering the bigger picture.
supervision can be a powerful opportunity for discovery and learning for both supervisor and practitioner – with the benefits also flowing on to clients.
- Social workers
- Health practitioners
- Human Service professionals
‘…this project is a wonderful supervision ‘Legoland’. Combinations are infinite, but the practicality of the cards and suits creates a much-needed structure. I see myself introducing A Vision for Supervision to practicum, internship, individual and group supervision, and supervision training contexts. Invent – adapt – learn – enjoy!’ – Frank N Thomas, author of Solution-Focused Supervision (2013) and Professor of Counselling and Counsellor Education at Texas Christian University (USA)