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Social work, stress and supervision : Keeping a balance of heart and brain

Liz Beddoe Social workers everywhere face the most demanding conditions for many decades. Austerity politics demand service cuts and so-called efficiencies at a time when the same policies are causing terrible spikes in poverty, homelessness and insecurity with attendant increases in … Continue reading

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What’s happening in research about social work supervision?

Liz Beddoe Supervision is a hot topic in social work at present: internationally many professional bodies require practitioners to access supervision on a regular basis. Supervision is seen as a vital activity for meeting many professional demands: the continuing development … Continue reading

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