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Developing reflective practice : a guide for students and practitioners of health and social care
Table of Contents
Part one: Introducting reflective practice -- 1. Reflecting on reflection: theories and perspectives on reflective practice -- 2. How to reflect: the reflective practitioner's toolkit -- Part two: Reflecting on the work in frontline services -- 3. Working with people's stories: the role of narrative in frontline practices -- 4. Shaping people's lives part one: attachment and family influences -- 5. Shaping people's lives part two: cross-generational influences and migratione -- Extended example 1: Narrative approaches and family influences -- 6. Inside and outside working relationships: boundaries in frontline practice -- 7. Getting to the heart of the matter: helping people change -- 8. Reflecting on what is really important: ethics and values in frontline practice -- Extended example 2: Boundaries and helping people change --Part three: Reflecting on emotion in frontline services -- 9. Absorbing distress: emotional containment in frontline practice -- 10. When strong feelings matter: transference and countertransference in frontline practice -- Extended example 3: Working with containment and transference reactions -- Part four: Reflecting on staff support in frontline services -- 11. All for one and one for all: building supportive teams -- 12. Making sense of tangles, twists and turns: effective case supervision in frontline practice -- 13. When the going gets tough: stress and burnout in frontline services -- Extended example 4: Reflecting on stress, supervision and team support -- Reflecting in practice: a final word.