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This assignment, which will be conducted over the course of the semester, will require you to keep a supervision diary. Your diary entries should include but not be limited to your reflections on the following: (a) how you are integrating your classroom learning into actual practice; (b) supervision challenges faced and strategies used to overcome them; (c) examples of theoretical frameworks used in supervision; (d) example(s) of an advanced generalist practice skill(s) used in supervision; (e) current assessment of where you see yourself as regard to having the social work knowledge, skills, values, and cognitive and affective processes needed to be an effective advanced generalist social work practitioner in the urban environment with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
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This will be the intro.. Can you fix it up for me thank you. Also in the assignment you can label a b c d and e.  
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Kadushin, A., & Harkness, D. (2014). Supervision in social work (5th ed.). New York, NY: Columbia University Press. (This is the text book we use)
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In my first journal I couldn’t say much due to the timing of the journey was due. In this journey I can say a lot has happen. I am at Upper Manhattan and My supervisor and I have a great connection. Also the commutation is very great. If i need help or get stuck on something, i can reach out to her and she will reply within min. I also got assigned clients and we meet once a week over the phone. Some are for 30 mins and others are for 45 mins. We are starting to shadow someone on how to do an proper intake and when we are ready we can start doing it on our own.
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We learn how to do different types of intake like Admission notes
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MH CONTACT NOTES
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MH Progress note
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Initial treatment plan
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My supervisor is very supportive
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Relationship building
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We have some elements of trust like we set boundaries and even with the client. Letting us know not to spill to much about ourself to the client.
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We have a nonjudgmental zone during group time and you are free to say what you like but don’t mention the client name.
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Generosity….
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Accountability…
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ANTICIPATORY PLANNING
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B-I really didn’t have an challenge during supervision. If had a problem like when the every time I try to reach out to one of my clients and setup a session for us to talk. She will say she doesn’t know when she has a lot going on. I will then presa.. her and let her try to talk to me about her problems but she wouldn’t let. Others days we just be silent on the phone so i can give her safe. I let my supervisor know and she told me she will open up with she’s ready.
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C- you can put what you please b/c i don’t have any right now
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D- when i have supervision, My supervisor and I role play my processing recording to see what i need to work on and what should i do and dont . I think thats very helpful and it will help me more. Also we also do role playing in group supervision. My supervisor will come up with a scenario and we play it and out and we all put our input into it.
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E- ….
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Can you interpert some of these in the diary thank you
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Kadushin, A., & Harkness, D. (2014). Supervision in social work (5th ed.). New York, NY: Columbia University Press. (This is the text book we use)
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You can use this book this what we use in the classroom

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