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The sessions focus on the following: the development of the supervisory relationship, adult student learning needs, safety in the field, and establishing a learning contract; the work phase of the supervision (special attention is paid to concepts such as parallel process, making a demand for work, and the gatekeeping role of social work supervisors). Session 3 focuses exclusively on ethical issues in student supervision. The ethical issues of boundaries and dual relationships are examined closely and different methods of ethical-decision making are taught. The final session in this series focuses on the termination phase of supervision.
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