Younis, Corrine L. (2016) Solution-focused practices in child welfare supervision. Masters thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
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This research was an exploratory pilot study on the use and need of solution-focused practices in supervision according to child welfare workers and child welfare supervisors in Nova Scotia, Canada. Child welfare workers and supervisors were invited to participate in an online questionnaire exploring the use and need of solution-focused practices in child welfare supervision. The collected data indicated that these practices were being implemented and that workers and supervisors believe there is a need for them. Further research and training on solution-focused practices in the supervision of child welfare workers could be beneficial to help create the most productive supervision experience that positively impacts everyone involved.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Masters)|
|Additional Information:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 68-80).|
|Keywords:||solution-focused practices, child welfare, supervision, solution-focused practices in child welfare, child welfare supervision|
|Department(s):||Social Work, School of|
|Geographic Location:||Nova Scotia|
|Library of Congress Subject Heading:||Child welfare workers--Nova Scotia--Attitudes; Child welfare workers--Supervision of--Nova Scotia; Social work administration--Nova Scotia; Supervisors--Employee rating of|
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