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Self-narrative of Being a Social Work Supervisor
supervisor for social worker
The processes and experiences of becoming a supervisor for social workers were wonderful and abundant, with many things occurring unexpectedly, which is why the feelings in the process are so profound, and changed the author’s views towards himself and his professional role. As far as the author is concerned, he adopts himself as the subject for this research, as he is most qualified of expressing his own feelings and ideas. Although his expressions may not be completely accurate, the author can at least understand his choices and actions from his personal context, and why he has such responses, in order that he can know himself and situations via this opportunity. As a result, the author stated some important events occurring in the process of becoming a supervisor for social workers in the form of stories, which explored how to learn to become a supervisor for social workers, then the influences and understanding of these events had on the author himself were recorded, and he narrated and shared these events from the perspective of an experienced person. The author’s understanding as a supervisor is that it is an internal dynamic of a specific organization, and a kind of interactive relationship in a broader cultural context. The author hopes that his reflections of his previous supervisory behavior can react and correspond to his practical works in order to practice his supervisory activities with a broader and wiser viewpoint. It is believed that this paper can provide a different reference for the supervisors of social workers, or persons with the dream of becoming a supervisor, and guide them to reflect on their works, experiences, and practice modes. Perhaps they reflect on their own stories, retell their story regarding their professional development, or the extracted practical wisdom will help the theoretical construction of supervision.
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