What are narrative approaches to supervision? How does a group co-create respectful ways of exploring complex concerns and challenges that reflect the ethics of a just and accountable community? Shona and Vikki invited us into a conversation about supervision practices that contribute to a reinvigoration of professional identity, keep faith with what is given value, and build on an ethic of justice-doing. This online gathering welcomed old members as well as a number of Collab Salon members experiencing Zoom for the first time.
Peggy Sax introduces Vikki Reynolds (Vancouver, Canada) and Shona Russell (Adelaide, S. Australia) who then interview each other in preparation for their June 2016 Collab Salon on Centering Ethics in Supervision.
Here are three readings (including the handout that Shona posted on the Salon’s screen share:
Centering ethics in group supervision: Fostering cultures of critique and structuring safety (2014): Vikki Reynolds, THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NARRATIVE THERAPY AND COMMUNITY WORK 2014 No.01, p. 1-13.
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