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In 2007 the Division of Counselling Psychology published its own Guidelines for Supervision. In the consultation phase of preparing the guidelines the editors received some thought-provoking questions about the nature and value of supervision, and it was decided to invite a number of practitioners to develop their ideas and thoughts about supervision. The editors hope that the papers published here will provide both stimulation, and a sound foundation for future discussions into the nature and role of supervision/consultative support.
Carol Shillilto-Clarke & Margaret Tholstrup
Supervision: Who needs it and for what purposes?
Counselling Psychology and Supervision
Supervision, Creativity and Transformational Learning
Seeing in the Dark or Writing as Lighting
Miller Mair with Heather Dudley
'The Influence of the Invisible Client': A crucial perspective for understanding counselling supervision in organisational contexts
Group supervision in crisis management organisations
Relationships between Supervision and Management: Challenges and rewards in practice
Nicola K. Gale & Katrina Alilovic
Expectations of Supervision: Everything to Everyone? ... or 'Nothing to No-One'?
Series: Counselling Psychology Review