Clinical Supervision

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Clinical Supervision

What is Clinical Supervision?

Clinical Supervision is a process that supports trainees and qualified practitioners to provide a better, more confident and more creative service to clients.

Clinical Supervision will enable you to extend yourself concerning your practice or in qualifying by providing the following:

  1. Professional development: Supervision allows therapists to receive guidance and feedback on their work, which can help to improve skills and knowledge.
  2. Ethical guidance: Supervision can help navigate ethical dilemmas and ensure that you provide appropriate care for your clients.
  3. Support for self-care: Counselling can be emotionally demanding work, and supervision can provide a safe space to process your feelings and reactions to your client’s issues.
  4. Legal protection: Some professional organisations require counsellors to receive supervision to maintain their memberships or certification.
  5. Compliance with regulatory bodies: Supervision can help you meet the requirements set by regulatory bodies and ensure that you provide safe and effective care to your clients.


What to expect from Clinical Supervision

As an Integrative and anti-oppressive clinical supervisor, I understand the importance of cultural competency and the role that intersectionality plays in clients’ lives. I can provide guidance and support sensitive to clients’ unique needs and experiences from diverse backgrounds. I understand how oppression can manifest in clients’ lives, and I can provide guidance and support that addresses these issues. I am also able to provide supervision that is trauma-informed, and that recognises the impact that trauma can have on clients. In addition, I create an inclusive and safe space for supervisees to discuss their work with clients, and I am committed to creating an environment free of discrimination and bias. I also provide flexible supervision that is responsive to each supervisee’s unique needs. Referencing intersectionality, I can help supervisees to understand how different aspects of a client’s identity (race, gender, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, etc.) interact with each other and how they shape clients experiences and behaviours, which will lead to a better understanding of their clients and more effective interventions.  I can support supervisees in understanding how their own identities and experiences shape their perspectives and reactions, which will lead to self-awareness and self-care. With supervision, supervisees will be able to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to provide effective and respectful care to clients from diverse backgrounds.



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Jean-Paul Sartre
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