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Acceptable Risk?: Supervision in Child Abuse Cases

Synopsis
The video, containing over 60 trigger scenes, has been devised to show mirroring at work in trios of interaction at three levels - client-social worker, social worker-supervisor, supervisor-manager. It draws on the thinking of an advisory group who identified contentious issues in supervision in child abuse cases arising from mirroring.
Language
English
Medium
Video; Videocassette. Standard formats. col. no set running time.
Year of production
1987
Availability
OUT OF DISTRIBUTION
Documentation
Accompanying training guide includes a description of the mirroring process and its effects on supervision in child abuse cases and also suggests ways of using the tape with differently composed groups.
Keywords
casework; child abuse; children; counselling; social work training; trigger videos

Distributor

Name

Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work

Phone
020 7520 3513
Fax
020 7278 2934
Address
Derbyshire House
St Chad’s Street
London
WC1H 8AD
Notes
Abolished in in 2002. Their functions are now administered by the Health and Care Professions Council (http://www.hpc-uk.org/)

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