For Individuals and Organisations

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Clinical Supervision For Individuals, Groups and Organisations

Regular Clinical Supervision is increasingly recognised both in Australia and internationally as a valid  and essential component of practice in the helping fields for professionals such as: counsellors, teachers, midwives, nurses, doctors, emergency response personnel, psychologists, psychotherapists, social workers and students. For some, such as Credentialed Mental Health Nurses and Clinical Psychologists, it is a requirement for Professional Credentialing.

It is wise to choose a qualified Clinical Supervisor

For Individuals

Review and explore professional experiences in reflective, confidential spaces

Embrace alternative perspectives and develop new possibilities

Reduce your professional stress …which benefits your personal life

Enhance your resilience and professional well-being

Reduce your risk of burnout with regular sessions

Participate in life long learning


For Organisations 

Enhance staff retention

Incorporate organisational practices that value people

Promote quality, productivity, creativity, life long learning

Facilitate Clinical Supervision for staff required to attend

Promote risk management

Help reduce staff burnout and increase staff retention by supporting, promoting and facilitating Clinical Supervision

Clinical Supervisors:

  • are qualified specifically in Clinical Supervision
  • base their practice on Clinical Supervision models and skilled approaches
  • may offer a range of techniques and strategies
  • demonstrate ethical, competent and capable skills
  • create safe spaces in which Supervisees can reflect honestly on their professional practice and performance

Provide Clinical Supervision in ways that are:

  • confidential
  • enlightening
  • revitalising
  • nurturing
  • sustaining

Clinical Supervision facilitates:

  • professional practice reflection towards new understandings
  • exploration and development of possible new and creative ways of working
  • knowledge, skills, clinical competence and safety enhancement
  • enhanced client care
  • burnout risk reduction
  • life long learning