Reflecting on Reflection Seminar: Reflective Supervision in Austere Times Presentation
Clare Parkinson – June 2015
It is with great pleasure that Clare Parkinson has also kindly allowed us to share with you her powerpoint presentation, Reflective Supervision in Austere Times following the evening seminar held on the 4th June at Nottingham University.
Clare is joint programme leader for the qualifying MA in social work at the Tavistock/UEL, and organising tutor of the Post Qualifying Masters programmes in social work and social care at the Tavistock Centre. Her interests are in the practice and underpinning theoretical ideas of supervision and practice education; human growth and development with a particular focus on baby observation; and social work in the field of adult mental health, most recently, as it links to mental capacity.