Sometimes, reaching out and taking someone's hand is the beginning of a journey.

At other times, it is allowing another to take yours.

-Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual Calendar of Inspiration

Clinical Supervision

An invitation to compassionate inquiry and reflection

Articles & Resources

Person Centred Supervision
An article
It explains the purpose and function of the supervisory relationship. It also discusses first sessions in group and individual supervision and what clinicians talk about during supervision.
What is clinical supervision?
A video 

Clinical supervision involves the joint engagement of the supervisor and supervisee. It is a co-creative, collaborative and empowering process that monitors the quality of client care, the supervisee’s therapeutic skills and facilitates the supervisee’s personal and professional growth. It is a process that safeguards the supervisee and their clients.

 

The supervisor provides a safe, creative space where she and the supervisee reflect on and explore aspects of the therapeutic relationship between the supervisee and their clients, leading to congruence.

 

The supervisory relationship promotes

  1. Best practice

  2. A deeper insight to self and client related concerns.

  3. A deeper understanding of and adherence to the relevant ethical framework.

 

Clinical supervision sessions renew the supervisee to be genuine with and to hold their clients with empathy and unconditional positive regard, as they journey together towards congruence.

 

Practitioners, therapists and other helping professionals working with children are invited to journey, reflect, be co-curious with the clinical supervisor about their therapeutic work via play and the creative arts media.