Critical Best Practice (CBP) involves working with uncertainty and risk while maintaining open approaches to practice (Ferguson, 2003). For this difficult and demanding activity to be achieved effectively, a continuous, critically reflective examination of one’s own and others’ values, feelings and perspectives is needed. This chapter will explore a range of approaches to supervision as well as a number of other sites of support. Our aim is to illuminate some of the supervisory and/ or supportive practices which facilitate best practice through the development of engaged, self-aware and critically reflective social workers.
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