Supervision

I am a trainee supervisor doing a CPCAB level 6 Diploma and I am offering low cost supervision. I felt that I wanted a robust course so I have chosen to do the full Diploma as supervision is a really important part of the process in client work.

Supervisee:

  • Preparing for sessions and having objectives in mind

  • Being open to feedback

  • Giving feedback

  • Asking for needs.

  • Developing a non-defensive attitude to exploring issues

  • Honesty within the client work

  • Highlighting your thoughts and feelings around the supervisory relationship

  • Working with the ethical framework

  • Respect boundaries

Supervisor:

  • The needs of the client will be addressed within using the ethical framework, laws, safety in mind in an non discriminatory manner.

  • Ensure time is managed to the needs of the supervisee requirements

  • My model is integrative and that is the theoretic approach supervision will be held.

  • Ensure boundaries are maintained between client, supervisee and supervisor and respect them.

  • Provide a facilitative relationship

  • Provide feedback which is constructive and balanced.

  •  Welcome feedback from the supervisee and have a non-defensive attitude towards this.

  • Honesty and transparency within the work.

  • To met the BACP requirements of discussing the ethical framework no less than once per year.

  • To provide reviews  

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I provide supervision for a minimum of 1 hour per month to fit inline with the ethical framework. 

I don't think any of us are super heroes but sometimes it's being asked questions to think about what's beyond a persons wall (defence mechanisms) as to what might be going on?