Anthea Millar, Cambridge Supervision Training and co-author of Practical Supervision: How to become a Supervisor for the Helping Professions
Nick is a consummate storyteller and much more. Woven within the vividly narrated supervisory encounters are rich learning points drawn from his years of skilled experience and deep theoretical knowledge. Identifying therapeutic tasks, and addressing sex, death and hatred are just some of the invaluable issues explored. An essential read for all professionals working with young people.
Dr Caryn Onions, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Head of Research and Development at the Mulberry Bush
Using the lens of the supervisory relationship Nick Luxmoore examines the turbulent emotional world of young people. Nick's wealth of experience is evident as he shares his thoughts about what helps and what hinders therapeutic relationships. Given the current focus on mental health in schools this will be a timely read for all hard-pressed professionals.