Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision plays a central role in the development of competence in trainees. It provides experiences that are essential to the process of learning how to competently practice as a clinician as well as facilitates the acquisition of professional attitudes that provide the foundation for ethical practice throughout one’s career.

I attend regular Clinical Supervision in order to reflect on and evaluate the clinical work I undertake. Since becoming a qualified practitioner psychologist, I have gained significant experience in supervising: psychology assistants, students, volunteers and trainees. I can offer clinical supervision to any of these individuals, or to newly qualified psychologists.

Falender, C., Shafranske, E., & Ofek, A. (2014). Competent clinical supervision: Emerging effective practices. Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 27(4), 393-408.

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