In this video Bob Cooke and Rory Lee Oakes ,who are both experienced Therapists and Supervisors,discuss the topic of Supervision.
They both look at the models and maps of Clinical Supervision past and present. In particular the models of Shoet and Hawkins, who wrote an important book on Supervision in 1989. Bob talks about definitions of Clinical Supervision throughout its emerging tradition!
Bob also uses The model of Transactional Analysis to explain the Adult to Adult nature of Supervision.He argues that Supervision should be an Adult to Adult focussed and not Parent -Child focussed.
They also talk about the Tasks of Supervision ,Education,Gatekeeping,Ethics, and Consultation as vital to any detailed supervision process.
They discuss the values and nature of supervision and how it should be a co-created model rather than fundamentally a Teaching model!
Both Rory and bob bring into the discussion ideas from their own cases and supervision cases which makes for a lively presentation.
Bob Cooke also talks about the Professional developmental model created by Stoltenberg and Delworth called the IDM model -1998.
This states that Supervisees need different levels of Supervision according to their own professional level as a Therapist.Bob goes Through this model and makes a passionate case for both this model, and the Hawkins and Shoet model being a prerequisite for new Supervisors.