A 4-stage developmental model providing a comprehensive, practical guide to clinical social work supervision
This text is a part of the Advancing Core Competencies series.
Clinical Social Work Supervision: Practice and Process presents a developmental model of supervision that helps supervisors meet the challenges of working with clinicians at different levels, and allows adaptations to style and focus as clinicians grow and change over time.
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Robert Taibbi, LCSW has 37 years experience primarily in community mental health where he has served as clinician, supervisor, and program director. His clinical focus has been primarily upon work with children, families, and couples.
Mr. Taibbi is author of 3 books: Doing Family Therapy: Craft & Creativity in Clinical Practice, now in its second edition and recently translated into Chinese and Portuguese; Doing Couple Therapy: Craft & Creativity in Work with Intimate Partners; and Clinical Supervision: A Four-Stage Process of Growth & Discovery. In addition he has contributed several book chapters, and published over 150 journal and magazines articles. He is an “expert” blogger for Psychology Today online, is advice columnist for Albemarle Family magazine, and has served as contributing editor to Your Health & Fitness. He has received 3 national writing awards from the Health Information Resource Center for Best Consumer Health Writing.
Mr. Taibbi provides trainings nationally in the areas of couple and family therapy, treatment of emotionally disturbed children and adolescents, and clinical supervision. He is graduate of Rutgers University and University of South Carolina, and has served as adjunct professor at several universities and colleges. He is currently in private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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