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Field Supervisors’ Hub – Podcasts

Thank you for visiting the Field Supervisors’ Resource Hub at the School of Social Work, Carleton University, and welcome to the Podcasts page. Here you will find a selection of podcasts to assist field supervisors of social work students around issues such as clinical and supportive supervision, building resilience and how to conduct supervision virtually.

These materials do not belong to Carleton University’s School of Social Work, and we extend our thanks to each author and creator for making these materials publicly available.

If you find that a link is broken, or you would like to share a resource to be included in the Hub, please contact ssw.practicum.admin@cunet.carleton.ca

Activities in Supervision
Activities in Supervision (2020). | Audio podcast.

In this podcast, the hosts discuss the following:
1. Using activities in supervision
2. Being intentional using activities
3. Possible activities you can use in supervision

Episode 137
Eda Kauffman: Clinical Supervision: Integrating a Trauma-Informed Lens
Episode 137 – Eda Kauffman: Clinical Supervision: Integrating a Trauma-Informed Lens. (2014). inSocialWork® Podcast Series.

“In this episode, Eda Kauffman explains how she came to incorporating a trauma-informed lens into her work as a clinical supervisor. She describes how trauma-informed clinical supervision is different from traditional supervision. She also explores its use in social work field education.”

Episode 13
Supervision and resilience in social work: In conversation with Elizabeth Beddoe.
Fronek, P. (Host). (2012). Supervision and resilience in social work: In conversation with Elizabeth Beddoe. Podcast.

Description: 
“In this podcast, Elizabeth Beddoe discusses the role of resilience in social work particularly in relation to the practitioner and student well-being. Elizabeth talks about her research and the developing field of interprofessional supervision.”

Episode 30
Supervision for social workers
Singer, J. B. (Host). (2008). Supervision for social workers. Social Work Podcast.

Description:
In this podcast, the host discusses “…administrative, clinical and supportive supervision… differential uses of supervision, including improvement of clinical services and issues of liability” and more.

Supervision Plugged In
Supervision Plugged In (2020) | Audio podcast

In this podcast, the hosts discuss the following:
1. What you need to conduct virtual supervision
2. Challenges involved in virtual supervision
3. Situations in which virtual supervision would not work best
4. Positives and negatives of virtual supervision