Group supervision pulls together various staff for regular case consultation at critical points to help inform case direction, promote critical thinking and function as an ongoing learning vehicle.
After attending this training, participants will be able to:
- Use the model of group supervision to positively influence working relationships with children, youth and families
- Increase their use of clinical supervision in order to provide social workers with significant opportunities to grow their practice
- Employ critical-thinking skills while weaving in the principles of SOP
This training will explore the process of group supervision within a child welfare context and provide a framework for organizing the work of group supervision.
Note: Completion of the SOP Foundational Institute is recommended, but not required, prior to attending this training.