6 edition of Yonata Feldman, master teacher and supervisor in clinical social work found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Katherine Gabel, with the assistance of Angelika Robertson.|
|Contributions||Gabel, Katherine., Robertson, Angelika.|
|LC Classifications||HV15 .F44 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 217 p. :|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||81023350|
Liz Beddoe is an Associate Professor in Social Work at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. Her teaching and research interests include critical perspectives on social work education, professional supervision, the professionalization of social work, interprofessional learning and . Transference enactments play a central role in clinical supervision regardless of whether supervisors or supervisees consciously recognize or acknowledge their presence. Supervisors who do recognize enactments better understand the core issues that interfere with supervisees’ capacity to relate therapeutically to patients. Supervisory process is markedly enhanced when supervisors Cited by:
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Yonata Feldman Master Teacher and Supervisor in Clinical Social Work Hardcover – January 1, by Katherine Gabel (Editor), Angelika Robertson (Editor)Manufacturer: Smith College. Yonata Feldman, master teacher and supervisor in clinical social work.
Northampton, Mass.: Smith College, School for Social Work, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Yonata Feldman; Katherine Gabel; Angelika Robertson.
In her long career as borough supervisor at the Bronx Office of the Jewish Board of Guardians and later as a revered teacher at the Smith College School of Social Work, Yonata Feldman left her special imprint on hundreds of clinicians.
For fifty years she was a. Yonata Feldman: Master Teacher and Supervisor in Clinical Social Work, Edited by Katherine Gabel with the Assistance of Angelika Robertson. Smith College School for Social Work, Northampton, Mass., Pp.
Yonata Feldman: Master Teacher and Supervisor in Clinical Social Work by Katherine Gabel, Angelika Robertson Yonata Feldman: Master Teacher and Supervisor in Clinical Social Work by Katherine Gabel, Angelika Robertson (pp.
Feldman, Y. () YONATA FELDMAN MASTER TEACHER AND SUPERVISOR IN CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK. Smith College School of Social Work, Northampton, by: 3. Yonata Feldman: Master teacher and supervisor in clinical social work Smith College School for Social Work Y Feldman Psychoanalytic terms and concepts American Psychoanalytic AssociationAuthor: Gerald Schamess.
It should contain a description of the theoretical basis of supervision, a discussion of practice issues, and a consideration of the research implications.
This is why Social Work Supervision: Contexts and Concepts was written. It is not only about what social work supervision should be but also about what it, in fact, is, and what it will be.
A CASE STUDY IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION: MOVING FROM AN EVALUATION TO A SUPERVISION MODE A Thesis in Table Time Spent In Performing Clinical Supervision with Two Teachers ix I dedicate this work to the following individuals, the most important people in my life.
of social work practice. • Social work roles typical of generalist practice include: case manager, advocate, broker, educator, community organizer, group worker and individual counselor.
• Assigned tasks often include preparing psychosocial histories, developing service plans and implementing broad based interventions congruent with the.
Teacher Supervision and Evaluation. The model's intent was to change the culture of the school district-to promote teachers' professional development and empowerment. The change mechanism was clinical supervision-a process where the teachers would determine their own instructional and.
Clinical supervision in clinical social work is the provision of clinical supervisory services which are informed by advanced training, years of experience, and mastery of a range of competencies (identified in detail in the Clinical Supervision position statement).
These services are imparted by an advanced clinical social worker supervisor to File Size: KB. Focused Countertransference Exploration in Classroom Teaching of Modern Psychoanalytic Candidates Article in Clinical Social Work Journal 35(4) October with 30 Reads.
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Supervision has long been the hub of social work and has had many traditions of supervision (Gould and Baldwin, ).
Supervision was a central method for early social work teachers, researchers and practitioners in their effort to construct social work practices and describe a theory of social work. Supervision in Social Work, Fifth Edition.
First published inSupervision in Social Work has become an essential text for social work educators and students, detailing the state of the field and the place, function, and challenges of supervision in social work practice.
(). The Social Work Supervisor as Teacher of Educational Methods and Skills. The Clinical Supervisor: Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. Cited by: 3. Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision Third Edition Book Summary: Take social work supervision into the new millennium.
This newly revised edition of the classic text is a thorough, comprehensive guidebook to every aspect of supervision, including learning styles, teaching techniques, emotional support for supervisors, and supervision in different settings.
List of Articles: Volume 8 () Issue 1: The Toxic Response in Modern Psychoanalysis: 3: Yonata Feldman: Master Teacher and Supervisor in Clinical Social Work. Katherine Gabel, ed. Southhampton, Mass.: Smith College for Social Work,pp.
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Kadushin and Harkness () provide you with a thorough review of supervision, starting with how it originated, the different types, to recent innovations in the field (such as live supervision).This book is an accessible guide to the essential skills of social work supervision.
It covers the development of the supervisor–supervisee relationship, the assessment and management of risk, understanding and managing poor performance, and support for the supervisors themselves/5(12).practice of supervision; 4) lack of understanding of the scientific supervisor of substance related to the field of study is taught by each teacher.
Second, from the teacher; 1) a commitment to low quality; 2) the motivation of many teachers who work solely for the pursuit of prosperity.
Keywords: effectiveness, academic supervision, teacher 1.