Clinical Supervision

What is Supervision?

Supervision is a specialised form of professional mentoring provided for practitioners responsible for undertaking challenging work with people. Supervision is provided to ensure standards, enhance quality, advance learning, stimulate creativity, and support the sustainability and resilience of the work being undertaken (BACP, 2016b).

It is usually a formal but collaborative process that involves regular ‘consultative support’; two or more people form a ‘supervisory alliance’ with shared objectives about how to work together constructively to provide a safe, ethical and competent service to clients. Usually, practitioners consult trained and experienced supervisors, but there are occasions when ‘peer supervision’ is undertaken; before working in this way, practitioners need to consider whether they are competent and experienced enough to have the ‘additional skills and knowledge’ (EFfCP: Good Practice Point 52).

Fees: £60/h & £90/1.5hs

As your supervisor my aims are:

  • Is to help you understand your clients’ issues and how to relate practice to theory that would help you to work efficiently with your client, and to encourage you for training & CPD.
  • I will support you in your journey of work, training, professional development and most important is your self-care in a compassionate way.
  • Also, I will support you while facing any Ethical Dilemma.