Role Development Approach to Clinical Supervision

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Role Development Approach

A Role Development approach underpins much of the Clinical Supervision provided by Bamboo Mind Consulting. It aims to foster Supervisee responsibility to scrutinise their professional practice and environment, while the Supervisor is responsible for guiding exploration with curiosity rather than ‘solving problems’

Competency with the various techniques is underpinned by Supervisor’s clinical experience together with formal Clinical Supervision education and training. Courses completed have been endorsed by The Australian College of Nursing, ‘Midplus’ Australia, and Australian College of Mental Health Nurses.

Current Clinical Supervision practice is unpinned by ‘Clinical Supervision for Role Development’ (10 day course). This training extended the wide range of techniques and skill set by utilising the ‘The Spurr Model’ of Clinical Supervision education and training

This approach is based on Mike Considines’s work that  “created the ‘Role Development Model’ from the tenets of Psychodrama and Sociometry to provide a framework of Clinical Supervision for health professionals” (refer to link below)

Clinical Supervision practice is kept fresh through regular and ongoing access to Clinical Supervision for the Supervisor, together with other professional development opportunities including workshops facilitated by ‘Clinical Supervision Consultancy’