Strengths-based supervision models

Date

2019

Authors

Brown, Anika

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Journal ISSN

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Publisher

Research Partnerships and Knowledge Mobilization

Abstract

In Indigenous child welfare, there has been a shift to strengths-based, culturally-grounded child welfare practice. The application of these approaches into the supervision of child welfare workers has been inconsistent. A proposed strategy to this is implementing a strengths-based supervision model which mirrors practice expectations to support supervisees in implementing the practice model.

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Keywords

supervision, culturally-grounded, culturally-safe, culturally-relevant, social work, child welfare, strengths-based, training, GS 505, Ministry of Children and Family Development (MCFD)

Citation

Brown, A. (2019). Strengths-based supervision models. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria.