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Brigid’s model is perhaps the most commonly used clinical supervision model within health care. The literature is replete with reference to it and explanations of it, and it should be noted that some of these do not provide an accurate representation. Consequently, there is merit in going back to the originator and having the record set straight. It is hoped that this chapter will add to the clarity and understanding of the function and purpose of the model. It is interesting to note that Brigid suggests the principal function of her model is the restorative function, that is, its supportive function.

Nursing Management, 3, (9), pp14–16. White E (1990) Report of the Third Quinquennial National Community Psychiatric Nursing Survey. Manchester: University of Manchester. Wilkin P (1992) Clinical supervision in community psychiatric nursing. In Butterworth A and Faugier J (eds) Clinical Supervision and Mentorship in Nursing. 14. London: Chapman and Hall. Wolsey P and Leach L (1997) Clinical supervision: a hornet’s nest? Nursing Times, 93, (44), pp24–26. 3 Training for the supervision alliance attitude, skills and intention Brigid Proctor Editorial This chapter focuses on the ‘supervision alliance model’.

At one level, its clarification and negotiation is practical, identifying such key matters as responsibilities and roles, contextual factors, administrative arrangements, supervisor’s methods of working in supervision, practitioner’s developmental needs and learning goals, preferred learning styles, and supervisor and practitioner resources. At another level, it is a shared process which gives each information about the other, verbally and intuitively. The process of clarification and negotiation begins to establish the degree of trust, safety or wariness there may be in this relationship and to shape a suitable working climate.

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