Category Archives: Clinical Supervision

Clinical Documentation

Write known facts and descriptions, NOT opinions and assumptions. Write for an audience that includes your client and his/her attorney. Good documentation establishes accountability and evidence of the services provided. The social work record should provide accurate and appropriate information about the client’s situation. … Continue reading

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Three N’s

Life Coach:  Awesome I’d love for you to try a technique I call the three N’s The first thing I want you to do is just notice what catches your attention – whatever you want to read or listen to. … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Notes : Therapeutic Genuineness

The therapy must truly respect and care for the youth and the parent: Suspend judgment – does not mean you must approve of all behaviors Respond carefully Does not mean total honesty (e.g. unexamined biases might reinforce stigma)   Advice … Continue reading

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Ethical Issues in the Work place

Going through my old clinical supervision bin, I came across a balled-up piece of paper. I read it and the words still break my heart. I share it with you in its entirety as it is a glimpse into the … Continue reading

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