Clinical supervision is a requirement for many professionals. It forms part of continuing professional development (CPD) and ensures high standards of practice are maintained.
Working in private practice can sometimes feel like working in a vacuum. We don’t get much feedback, making it hard to measure our skill level. However experienced we may be, we all have blind-spots and times when we’re presented with a new or complex situation in our work, which is also what makes the work engaging and worthwhile.
The supervision setting provides the opportunity to explore new ways of working and to receive encouragement and support in what you are doing well.