What is Clinical Supervision with Therawake?
All qualified, accredited and trainee therapists must meet the ethical requirements of attending regular individual or group Clinical Supervision.
The Creative Clinical Supervision ethos is to:
- enable the therapist to bring the client to the supervisory space by use of embodiment, projective techniques, narrative and non – verbal communication
- explore the exchanges in between the client and therapist by processing the psychodynamic nuances
- assess the therapists’ wellbeing and self – care in managing their practice
- identify safeguarding and wellbeing issues as they arise and advise accordingly
- refer to theoretical context as part of Continued Professional Development
- celebrate good practice in the Supervision space from the therapists’ intervention
- provide business guidance to those in Private Practice to ensure they are practicing as a regulated business entity
Therapists are expected to arrive prepared for Clinical Supervision with an Agenda list of areas to explore within the single or double session.
Therapists are expected to enhance and develop their practice by attending regular training events, conferences and other forms of Continued Professional Development. Therapists will be made aware of courses and events available to them in the clinical supervision space.