Developing Culturally Responsive Supervision Through Yarn Up Time and the CASE Supervision Model

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Harris, Tracey
O'Donoghue, Kieran
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2019
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This article explores a culturally focused supervision training program supporting Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal supervisors to provide cross-cultural supervision for Aboriginal staff within mainstream and Aboriginal community and human service organisations. The key features of the training program, Yarn Up Time and the CASE supervision model are a culturally respectful approach to cross-cultural professional supervision practice with the purpose of contributing to the development of culturally responsive supervision with Aboriginal staff and their clients. The article concludes with feedback from participants who attended the training and supports the future advancement of cross-cultural supervision practice and models in Australia.

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Australian Social Work

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73

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1

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Specialist studies in education

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Supervision

Cultural Supervision

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Harris, T; O'Donoghue, K, Developing Culturally Responsive Supervision Through Yarn Up Time and the CASE Supervision Model, Australian Social Work, 2019, 73 (1), pp. 64-76

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