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Interactional Supervision, 4th Edition, by Lawrence Shulman

Drawing on decades of his own experience and the experiences of those he has trained, Lawrence Shulman provides clear, simple models of supervision using aInteractional Supervision By Lawrence Shulman conversational tone and practical advice in this must-have resource.

Every phase of supervision is discussed in detail, with a focus on communication, making demands for work, facing taboo subjects, and transitioning into and out of roles and relationships. Strategies for group work and meetings include everyday challenges; trauma, such as client deaths; violence against frontline workers; and cutbacks.

Engaging Human Services with Evidence-Informed Practice by Debbie Plath

In this book, Debbie Plath outlines five phases of an organizational approach to implementing Evidence-Informed Practice (EIP). She guides readers Engaging Human Services With Evidence-Informed Practice by Debbie Plaththrough the development of practice questions; the gathering, critical appraisal, and integration of evidence; and client outcome monitoring and evaluation.

Plath emphasizes that implementing EIP is a nonlinear process that unfolds in complex organizational landscapes and cultures. Throughout the process, special attention should be paid to relationship building, strong leadership, and stakeholder engagement.

Metaphor Analysis in Public Policy and Private Practice: A Social Work Perspective by Gerald V. O’Brien

In this unique and important work, Gerald O’Brien encourages the reader to educate, engage, and make the connection between individual work and policy. Focusing on theMetaphor Analysis in Public Policy and Private Practice: A Social Work Perspective by Gerald V. O'Brien emotionally charged issues associated with social work, he shows the reader how metaphors are used to oversimplify complex issues like poverty, immigration, and mental health.

He demonstrates how the overt and covert use of dehumanization, objectification, “positive” stereotyping, and fear- and disgust-based metaphors shape public opinion and policy and can damage an individual’s self-worth and perception.


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