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Supervision references

  • Bimrose, J. & Wilden, S. (1994) Supervision in Careers Guidance: empowerment or control? with Wilden, S., British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol. 22, No. 3, p373-383.
  • Gardiner, D. (1989): The Anatomy of Supervision Buckingham: Open University Press.
  • Hawkins, P. & Shohet, R.(1989): Supervision in the Helping Professions Milton Keynes: Open University Press
  • Horton, I.(1993): `Supervision' in Bayne, R. & Nicolson, P. (Eds): Counselling and Psychology for Health Professionals London: Chapman & Hall
  • Kadushin, A.(1976): Supervision in Social Work New York: Columbia University Press
  • McMahon, M. & Patton, W. (2002) Supervision: Lifelong learning for career counsellors, in McMahon, M. & Patton, W. (eds) Supervision in the helping professions: a practical approach, Australia: Pearson Education Australia.
  • Patton, W. and McMahon, M. (1999) Career Development and Systems Theory: a new relationship, Pacific Grove, California, Brooks/Cole.

Support for professional practice in Scotland - References

  • Bimrose, J. and Wilden, S. (1994) Supervision in careers guidance : empowerment or control? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22 (3) pp 373-383.
  • Centre for Career and Personal Development (2001) Supporting personal advisers in Connexions: perspectives on supervision and mentoring from allied professions. Occasional Paper. Canterbury Christ Church University College.
  • Copeland, S. (1998) Counselling supervision in organisational contexts : new challenges and perspectives. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 26 (3) pp 377-386.
  • Dryden, W. and Thorne, B. (ed) (1998) Training and Supervision for Counselling in Action. London. Sage.
  • Ford, C. and Graham, B. (1994) The new qualification in careers guidance in higher education : a collaborative partnership. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22 (1) pp 127-141.
  • Graham, B. (1994) Mentoring and professional development in careers services in higher education. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22 (2) pp 261-272.
  • Hawkins, P. and Shohet, R. (1999) Supervising in the Helping Professions. An individual group and organisational approach. Milton Keynes, OU.
  • McMahon, M. and Patton, W. (2000) Conversations on clinical supervision : benefits perceived by school counsellors. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 28 (3) 339-351.
  • Mearns, D. (1995) Supervision : a tale of the missing client. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 23 (3) pp 421-427.
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  • Proctor, B. (1994) Supervision – competence, confidence, accountability. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22 (3) pp 309-318.
  • Reid, H. (2001) Do personal advisers need personal advisers? Paper to the World Congress of the IAEVG. Canterbury Christ Church University College.
  • Richards, B.M. (2000) Impact upon therapy and the therapist when working with suicidal patients : some transference and countertransference aspects. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 28 (3) pp 326-336.
  • Sugarman, L. and Palmer, S. (2000) Challenges for psychotherapy, counselling and guidance at the millennium. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 28 (4) pp 445-450.
  • Taylor, M. (1994) Gender and power in counselling and supervision. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 22 (3) pp 319-326.
  • Webb, A. and Wheeler, S. (1998) How honest do counsellors dare to be in the supervisory relationship? An exploratory study? British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 26 (4) pp 509-523.
  • Wilkins, P. (1995) A creative therapies model for the group supervision of counsellors. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 23 (2) pp 245-257.