As many of you know, I am a registered clinical psychologist with HCPC UK in addition to EIA Master Practitioner and Supervisor with EMCC Global. The below is what supervision in clinical settings looks like. The short-link below lead to a collection of reports, standards and reflection on what supervision is and how it benefits you and your client.
You may look me up as ‘practitioner psychologist’ on https://hcpc-uk.org and on https://www.bps.org.uk/lists/rapps BPS Register for Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors. /All the best from Dr Paul O Olson, HCPC Reg, CPsychol, EuroPsy Reg and Clinical supervisor
Reflect, discuss, develop: the benefits of supervision
Whether you are providing or receiving supervision, it’s important that you’re able to do this safely, effectively and in a way that enables you to meet your intended learning objectives.
With this in mind, we have launched new web materials on supervision. These outline the benefits and outcomes supervision can have for your professional development, including top tips on how you can approach this in your practice.