In this overview of historical and current approaches to social work supervision, topics range from the first documented origins of supervision to the field’s future trends, with special emphasis on organizational authority and the increasingly controversial issue of professional autonomy. In Social Work Supervision, the author offers social work students, instructors, and practicing supervisors valuable practical guidelines and a solid intellectual foundation for an effective and efficient approach to social work supervision, in a compact reference work.
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