“We retreat in order to return differently and of course when we are different so our others.”
Clinical supervision aims to create a supportive climate in which the supervisee feels safe enough to review their client work and reflect on their reactions, thoughts and intuitions relating to their clients. This process allows both to step back from the therapist/client relationship and view what is happening from different angles, and always done with the client’s welfare in mind, which is of paramount importance.
Psychotherapy Supervision also helps to ensure that therapists provide high-quality and ethical care to their clients. The supervisor offers guidance on ethical dilemmas, boundaries, and best practices. Helping the therapist identify blind spots or areas for improvement in their approach.