Appreciative Perspectives on Supervision in Social Work
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Elena Unguru: PPhD candidate, University of Oradea (ROMANIA); LUMEN Research Center in social & Humanistic Sciences, Iasi (ROMANIA)
Postmodern Openings, 2017, vol. 8, issue 1, 123-139
Supervision is considered to be an extremly important stage in the professional development of the specialists in the fields with asistential nature, such as: psychotherapy, coaching, personal development, counselling, etc. In Romania, the supervision of social services has become compulsory through the Order 288/2006. A great part of the content of standards for the case management, including those referred to supervision, namely to the theoretical and methodological development of some teachers, such as: Professor PhD Ştefan Cojocaru, Professor PhD Ana Muntean, Professor PhD Elena Zamfir. In this review, we will synthesize a part of Professor Ştefan Cojocaru’s contribution to the development of the field of appreciative supervision, as it is presented in the volume Appreciative methods in social work. Survey, supervision and case management, published with Polirom Publishing House in 2005. We will aim to also synthesize a series of echos of his work in the Romanian scientific literature.
Keywords: appreciative perspectives; supervision; social work; case management. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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