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Andersson, L., King, R., & Lalande, L. (2010). Dialogical mindfulness in supervision role-play. Counselling and Psychotherapy Research, 10(4), 287-294.
Bambling M, King R, Raue P, Schweitzer R and Lambert W (2006) Clinical Supervision: Its impact on working alliance and outcome in the treatment of major depression. Psychotherapy Research, Vol 16 (3), 317-331
Beddoe L. (2010) Surveillance or reflection: professional supervision in ‘the risk society’ British Journal of Social Work, 40, 1279-1296
Bogo, M., Paterson, J., Tufford, L., & King, R. (2011). Interprofessional Clinical Supervision in Mental Health and Addiction: Toward Identifying Common Elements. The Clinical Supervisor, 124-140.
Borders, L. D., Glosoff, H. L., Welfare, L. E., Hays, D. G., DeKruyf, L., Fernando, D. M., & Page, B. (2014). Best Practices in Clinical Supervision: Evolution of a Counselling Specialty. The Clinical Supervisor, 26-44.
Bransford, C. L. (2009). Process-Centered Group Supervision. Clinical Social Work Journal, 119-127.
Brunero, S. & Stein-Parbury, J. (2008) The effectiveness of clinical supervision in nursing: an evidenced based literature review. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 25(3).
Bush, T. (2005) Overcoming the barriers to effective clinical supervision. Nursing Times, 101(2).
Carroll M (2010) Levels of reflection: On learning reflection Psychotherapy in Australia 16, 24-31
Carroll M (2009) From mindless to mindful practice: On learning reflection in supervision Psychotherapy in Australia 15, 38-49
Carroll M (2007) One more time: What is supervision? Psychotherapy in Australia, 13, 34-40
Consedine, M. (2001) Using Role Theory in Clinical Supervision. ANZPA Journal, 10.
Consedine, M. (2003) Supervision and the Reduction of Anxiety. ANZPA Journal, 12.
Edwards J.K. &Chen M.W (1999) Strengths- Based Supervision: Frameworks, Current Practice and Future Directions The Family Journal: Counselling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 7, 349-357
Fallender C.A. & Shafranske E.P (2014) Clinical Supervision: the State of the Art Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 70, 1030-1041
Hair, H. J. (2013). The Purpose and Duration of Supervision, and the Training and Discipline of Supervisors: What Social Workers Say They Need to Provide Effective Services. British Journal of Social Work, 43, 1562-1588.
Harvey, S., Spurr, P., Sidebotham, M. & Fenwick, J. (2020) Describing and evaluating a foundational education/training program preparing nurses, midwives and other helping professionals as supervisors of clinical supervision using the Role Development Model. Nurse Education in Practice, 42.
Irwin J & Noble C (2009) Social work supervision: An exploration of the current challenges in a rapidly changing social, economic and political environment Journal of Social Work, 9, 345-358
Knight, C. (2018). Trauma-informed supervision: Historical antecedents, current practice, and future directions. The Clinical Supervisor, 37(1), 7-37.
Love, B., Sidebotham, M., Fenwick, J., Harvey, S. & Fairbrother, G. (2017) “Unscrambling what’s in your head”: A mixed method evaluation of clinical supervision for midwives. Women and Birth, 30.
MacKay L &Brown J (2014) Collaborative Approaches to Family Systems Supervision: Differentiation of Self Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 34, 325-337
Mor Barak, M. E., Travis, D. J., Pyun, H., & Xie, B. (2009). The Impact of Supervision on Worker Outcomes: A Meta-analysis. The University of Chicago Press Journals, 3-32. Retrieved from https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/599028
Morgan M. M. and Sprenkle D.H. (2007) Towards a common-factors approach to supervision Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 33, 1-17
O’Donovan A, Halford W.K. &Walters B. (2011) Towards best practice supervision of clinical psychology trainees Australian Psychologist, 46, 101-112
Raimundo, C. A. (2002) The Play of Life - A Biological View of its Impact on Behavioural Change. ANZPA Journal, No. 11.
Ripisarda, C., Desmond, K., & Nelson, J. (2011). Student Reflections on the Journey to Being a Supervisor. The Clinical Supervisor, 109-123.
Sarnat, J. (2010). Key Competencies of the Psychodynamic Psychotherapist and How to Teach Them in Supervision. Psychotherapy Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 47(1), 20-27.
Sloan, G. (2005). Clinical supervision: beginning the supervisory relationship. British Journal of Nursing, 14(17)
Thoms, D. (2014) Take on burnout together. Nursing Review, September 16, 2014.
Walker, R. & Clark, J. J. (1999) Heading Off Boundary Problems: Clinical Supervision as Risk Management, Psychiatric Services, 50:1435-1439
Winstanley, J. & White, E. (2003) Clinical supervision: models, measures and best practice. Nurse Researcher, 10(3).
Yegdich, T. (1999) Clinical supervision and managerial supervision: Some historical and conceptual considerations, Journal of Advanced Nursing, 30(5).
Bernard J.M. & Goodyear R.K. (2014) Fundamentals of Clinical Supervision (5th Edition)
Pearson Bird J (2006) Constructing the Narrative in Super-vision, Edge Press
Bond M & Holland S (2011) Skills of Clinical Supervision for Nurses: A Guide for Supervisees, Clinical Supervisors and Managers (2nd Edition), Open University Press
Carroll M (2014) Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions (2nd Edition), SAGE Publications
Carroll M (2012) Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions: Making difficult life and work decisions, Psychoz Publications
Carroll M & Gilbert M (2011) On Being a Supervisee (2nd Edition), Psychoz Publications
Cutcliffe J, Hyrkas K & Fowler J (2010) Routledge Handbook of Clinical Supervision, Routledge
Davys A & Beddoe L (2010) Best Practice in Professional Supervision, Jessica Kingsley
Driscoll J (2006) Practising Clinical Supervision, Bailliere Tindall
Edwards J (2013) Strengths-Based Supervision in Clinical Practice, SAGE Publications
Hawkins P & Shohet R (2012) Supervision in the Helping Professions (4th Edition), Open University Press
Henderson P, Holloway J & Millar A. (2014) Practical Supervision, Jessica Kingsley
Hewson D & Carroll M (2016) Reflective Practice in Supervision, MoshPit Publishing
Lynch L, Hancox K & Happell B (2008) Clinical Supervision for Nurses, Wiley-Blackwell
McMahon M & Patton W (2002) Supervision in the Helping Professions: a Practical Approach, Prentice Hall
Morrell M (2014) Towards Gold-Standard Supervision: A Guide for Supervisors, Vibrant Training
Morrell M (2013) You Deserve Good Supervision! A Guide for Supervisees, Vibrant Training
Shohet R (2011) Supervision as Transformation, Jessica Kingsley
Thomas F (2013) Solution-Focused Supervision, SAGE Publications
Wade J & Jones J (2015) Strengths-Based Clinical Supervision, Springer
Monash University Short Course