Supervision

Supervision consists of confidential, group sessions to review challenging/complex situations, change, stress, resilience and workload.

Supervision is a relationship that extends over time. The process of supervision occurs within the relationship established between the supervisor and supervisee. Supervision provides staff the opportunity to reflect on their work and the challenging situations they encounter and to discuss strategies to better manage difficult situations.

How it works:   
  • Small groups of participants meet for one-and-a-half- or two-hour sessions.
  • Sessions are conducted by senior clinicians monthly, every two months or quarterly.
Who can benefit?
  • Organisations with high risk and challenging clientele
  • Professions that encounter trauma and emotional strain on a regular basis