Trauma-Informed Supervision: Core Components and Unique Dynamics in Varied Practice Contexts

1st Edition

Carolyn Knight, L. DiAnne Borders

Routledge
November 1, 2019 Forthcoming
Reference - 254 Pages
ISBN 9780367352806 - CAT# 325060

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Summary

Almost every behavioral health provider, regardless of work setting, will serve clients with trauma histories. Listening to these clients’ stories is challenging for providers, who often find their own mental health is negatively impacted. To maintain their ability to help, providers turn to their clinical supervisors for support in managing their own indirect trauma so that they can provide effective care to their clients.

Nevertheless, many clinical supervisors only have limited knowledge and training in trauma and may not recognize the needs of those whom they supervise. This book collects together important recommendations from trauma-informed supervision practitioners and researchers who share their professional reflections and personal stories based on their hands-on experiences across mental health and medical contexts.

This book was originally published as a special issue of The Clinical Supervisor.

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