Become more effective
‘Clinical supervision is an essential part of working therapeutically with clients whether they are adults or children. The purpose of clinical supervision, as compared to line management supervision, is for the supervisor to help the supervisee become more effective in helping other persons. The role of a clinical supervisor is to provide support and advice upon issues that arise during the therapist’s clinical work. These may be matters of therapeutic techniques, therapeutic relationships, difficult problems, ethical decisions or issues that impact personally upon the therapist caused by the therapeutic process.’ (extract from PTUK website)
I offer clinical supervision for various regulatory bodies, using creative techniques where it facilitates
- Individually to professional therapists or similar;
- Individually to students of play therapy or counselling courses;
- with groups of similarly qualified professionals (agreed with group);
- for peer supervision groups (agreed with group).