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The Supervisor's Guide: Integrating Family Inclusive Practice into Clinical Supervision for the Addictions Workforce

When supervising staff in Family Inclusive Practice (FIP) it is important that supervisors feel confident and competent in this approach. Training in FIP is therefore essential and maintaining currency in this knowledge and these skills is important. The following section reviews the concepts of FIP, including those developed by Kina Trust in their guide for practitioners and their introductory workshop (Kina Families & Addictions Trust, 2006; 2007).

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