The model of restorative resilience supervision was first developed in response to the emotional demands of midwives, doctors and nurses caring for families who had experienced miscarriage and stillbirth.
The programme was designed to support professionals to process their workplace experiences and support them to build resilience levels to ensure they had future coping strategies beyond the initial life of the supervision sessions.
Since the initial studies, the programme has been delivered to over 4,500 professionals, and model of training has evolved from sessions being delivered directly by a clinical psychologist, into a range of professionals being trained to deliver the sessions themselves.
The Restorative Resilience Model of Supervision reader will introduce anyone with supervisory responsibilities to restorative resilience and give them an in-depth understanding of the approach, allowing them to begin using its methods with those they work with.
Supervisors, as well as anyone who wants to develop their knowledge and understanding on supervision within the workplace.
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing
Publication: 31 March 2016
- Workplace stress
- Vulnerability of the helping professions
- Resilience and protective factors
- Why restorative resilience supervision?
- Key elements of the model
- Case studies