Supervision "Pain Points" - What to Expect from your Supervisory Relationship - Karin Brauner
Following from my event in April (16th) about Creating a model of supervision that works for your practice, I'd like to gather some points that are crucial for development and sound practice, that therapists should be getting in their supervisory relationship, and that supervisors should be offering to their supervisees.
These were developed from the model itself and other aspects that I feel have supported my practice and it is also how I support my supervisees in their sessions.
Now, not all of them will happen at every session, but they do need to be present in the knowledge base of the supervisor so the supervisee can access them as needed.

I'm an accredited therapist (counsellor/psychotherapist), as well as a clinical supervisor. I've trained in Guatemala and in the UK, and have worked with English speakers and Spanish speakers alike.

I've been practising for 16 years. I qualified a few years ago to become a supervisor, which I enjoy, and I consider that completing a course is not essential but it does give more awareness of what to look out for when supervising someone's private practice.

Sep 3, 2019 04:00 PM in London

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