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2019 | 18 | 2 | 120-138
Article title

Rola superwizji w profilaktyce krzywdzenia dzieci

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Title variants
EN
ROLE OF SUPERVISION IN CHILD PROTECTION SERVICES
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Abstracts
PL
Artykuł stanowi praktyczną ilustrację wspierającej roli superwizji stosowanej w publicznym systemie pomocy w profilaktyce krzywdzenia dzieci. Autorzy przedstawiają przykład kliniczny poprzedzony kilkoma uwagami dotyczącymi ogólnego znaczenia superwizji w obszarze pomocy psychologicznej oraz krótkim przeglądem badań dotyczących superwizji, zwłaszcza w publicznych systemach wspierania dzieci. Według autorów zewnętrzna pozycja superwizora pozwala w refleksyjny sposób przyjrzeć się sytuacji dziecka z kilku perspektyw jednocześnie, co umożliwia zaplanowanie skuteczniejszych i lepiej dopasowanych interwencji służących dziecku i ochronie jego bezpieczeństwa.
EN
This paper is a practical illustration of a supportive role of supervision in child protection public services. Authors present a clinical example supplemented with some remarks about general role of supervision in psychological help and a brief review of selected research on supervision, specifically in public child protection services. Authors claim that the external position of supervisor allows for reflexive, simultaneous consideration of child’s situation from various perspectives, what leads to a more effective and better suited interventions aimed at children well-being and safety.
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18
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2
Pages
120-138
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  • Zakład Psychologii i Psychopatologii Rozwoju Instytutu Psychologii Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego
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