Getting the most out of Clinical Supervision

Getting the most out of Clinical Supervision

 

Clinical supervision is an excellent way to maintain high standards in psychotherapy and counselling practice. Part of being prepared for your supervision session is to know what you can discuss. Here are some ideas to help you plan:

  1. Client case review
  2. Dynamics in the therapy room
  3. Transference/counter transference issues
  4. Ethical issues, including dual relationships
  5. Boundary issues
  6. Safe and effective use of self/disclosure
  7. Client safety
  8. Diagnostic discussions
  9. Appropriate interventions with clients
  10. Theoretical support and development
  11. Professional development
  12. Legal issues
  13. Contractual issues
  14. Fees/money issues
  15. Self care
  16. Professional competencies in practice
  17. Setting up a private practice
  18. Writing professional case notes

Getting support with our therapeutic work is not only important for us as practitioners, it is important for the safety and development of our clients.

Find a supervisor who will help you grow and develop as a psychotherapist.