The group supervision: From institutional analysis to clinical discussion

Francesca Giannone, Maria Di Blasi, Girolamo Lo Verso, Serena Giunta, Anna Maria Ferraro, Francesca Pruiti Ciarello, Giovanna Di Falco

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Abstract

Group Supervision: topics, process and outcomeDi Falco G., Ferraro A M., Pruiti Ciarello F , Giunta S., Giannone F., Di Blasi M., Lo Verso G.Clinical supervision has been defined as a 'dynamic, interpersonally-focused experience whichpromotes the development of therapeutic efficiency (...) consequently supervision must beacknowledged as a cornerstone of clinical practice' (Community Psychiatric Nurses Association,1989).The study analyzes topics, process and outcome of a Leader-Led Peer Group Supervision, inside aTC for psychiatric patients. The research project aims to recognize the main topics of groupsupervision, in order to analyze its process. The main hypothesis is that supervision process,moving from “Institutional Analysis” to “The clinical discussion” improves the relationshipbetween group members and, indirectly, the quality of care for psychiatric patients. In order tocollect data were been used CBI; Questionnaire for the evaluation of social workers satisfaction;RSE; CSE; Questionnaire for Patients’ Satisfaction; GMLCS;Data analysis confirms that Supervision, working on these themes, allows to improve the quality ofcare of psychiatric patients, and social workers’ wellbeing.
Lingua originaleEnglish
pagine (da-a)156-156
Numero di pagine1
RivistaPSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
Volume24
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2009

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