Sarajane Aris, Amra Rao, David Clutterbuck, Patrick Roycroft

Mentoring in Health, Social Care and Beyond: A Handbook for Practice, Training and Research

This groundbreaking handbook explores mentoring, its potential and its relevance to health and social care fields – including the leadership needs, well-being and career progression of people working within health, social care and public sector services.

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Description

Drawing on the most current and relevant research, this pioneering volume brings together the perspectives and experience of more than sixty leading practitioners and academics in a comprehensive yet practical guide to mentoring across health and social care. It includes consideration of the contemporary context, details of relevant demonstration projects and interventions, key points and pitfalls for managers, leaders, trainers, mentors and mentees, practical examples and resources to set up new mentoring services, and current issues of relevance for mentoring – with practice pointers and opportunities for reflection throughout. The book also pays due attention to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, with coverage of spiritual and ecological issues and the mentoring needs linked to them.

Audience

Health and social care staff across all levels and disciplines, along with their professional bodies (e.g. British Psychological Society, Royal College of Nursing). Educational Establishments, trainers, directors, managers, and those who work with, lead and manage a wide range of people in many public sector settings.

Details

Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd

ISBN: 9781803883328

Publication Date: March 2024

Page count: 440

Content

Foreword by Riza Kadilar

Introduction

SECTION 1:
Past and current context –models and research

SECTION 2:
Perspectives on mentoring – initiatives and approaches to leadership and training
• Part 1: Mentoring initiatives
• Part 2: Mentoring approaches to leadership development and legacy
• Part 3: Generative conversations in mentoring – power dynamics, equality, diversity, inclusivity

SECTION 3:
Practical applications – development and diversity of mentoring services

SECTION 4:
Future directions for mentoring – where to from here?

Epilogue – the future landscape of mentoring

Authors

Sarajane Aris is a clinical psychologist who was Head of Adult Psychology Services for Derbyshire Healthcare Foundation Trust for over ten years. She led the first pilot mentoring scheme for senior clinical psychologists.

Amra Rao is a clinical psychologist who has led specialist therapy services in the NHS for two decades. She has been involved in developing coaching, reflective practice and leadership initiatives with various professional bodies.

Patrick Roycroft is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist in the Department of Clinical Psychology, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust. He also conducts research in Applied Psychology and Behavioural Science.

David Clutterbuck is one of Europe’s best known management writers, researchers, thinkers and speakers. He co-founded the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, and he is visiting Professor at three universities.

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