Clinical supervision is the process entered into by a psychotherapist or counsellor with a supervisor for the purpose of integrating theory and practice. It is a professional opportunity for therapists to present their learning successes and difficulties, identify their learning needs, become more aware of their personal responses to their clients and develop deeper knowledge and clarity about themselves in order to be able to interact even more effectively.


Psychotherapists can expect from supervision:
a therapeutic approach
respect
empowerment
genuineness
congruence
clear self-boundaries
development of psychotherapeutic skills - empathy, immediacy, questioning, confronting, informing, guiding, contracting

















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