Do the Components of Strengths-based Supervision Enhance Child Welfare Workers’ Satisfaction with Supervision?

Turnover rates, burnout, vicarious trauma, and professional development needs of the workforce are specific challenges often faced by child welfare administrators. The relationship between the supervisor and the frontline worker is important to increasing staff retention, debriefing stress, and enhancing staff development. The strengths-based supervision (SBS) model enhances the intentionality and quality of supervision provided by child welfare professionals. The Journal of Contemporary Social Services CLICK HERE