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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 32 No 3 September 2015: Supervision

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 32 No 3 September 2015: Supervision

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. This issue focuses on Supervision.




About the Contributors

Guest Editorial: Supervision
Jane Leadbetter, Sandra Dunsmuir & Simon Gibbs

Current trends in educational psychology supervision in the UK
Sandra Dunsmuir, Jane Lang & Jane Leadbetter

Identifying principles and practice for supervision in an Educational Psychology Service
Jane Ayres, Annabel Clarke & Jon Large

Containing the containers: Work Discussion Group supervision for teachers - a psychodynamic approach
Halit M. Hulusi & Peter Maggs

Deception and delusion: The relational aspect of supervision explored through Greek mythology
Dale Bartle

Educational psychologists' experience of taking part in group supervision: A phenomenological study
Emma Rawlings & Naina Cowell

A case study on the use of group supervision with learning mentors
Anita Soni

An evaluation of group supervision in a specialist provision supporting young people with mental health needs: A social constructionist perspective
Dale Bartle & Alexandra Trevis

Future models of supervision: Supporting practice and promoting professional growth and well-being in educational psychology through Collaborative Peer Support (CPS)
Linda Corlett

What can be gained through Peer Supervision?
Frances Mills & Sarah Joanne Swift

Developing as a practitioner: How supervision supports the learning and development of trainee educational psychologists in three-year doctoral training
Vivian Hill, Caroline Bond, Cathy Atkinson, Kevin Woods, Simon Gibbs, Julia Howe & Sue Morris


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