Benefits of Practitioner Supervision

Professional Mullumbimby Supervision Practices

Rhonda is a PACFA accredited supervisor and has been supervising trainees and therapists since 2004. She supervises therapists from various modalities with Skype sessions also available. Supervision benefits the practitioner by providing ethical and practical guidelines for therapeutic practice. It supports the therapeutic process by developing competence by highlighting the strengths and growing edges of the therapist. It provides a strong container for the therapist to feel safe while in a learning environment. It improves professional integrity and is a PACFA/professional requirement for best practice.

Benefits of Practitioner Supervision

Supervision can clarify any issues, concerns or challenges that have arisen in your practice. We can explore your:
  • methods of practice 
  • application of theory to your practice
  •  self-evaluative skills 
  • further training when needed
  •  approaches and resources 
  •  confidentiality
  • ethical issues as outlined in the Code of Ethics i.e., conflict of interest, mandatory reporting. This can also include such aspects as setting fees and tax, record keeping, advertising, legal issues and self care.
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To arrange accredited supervision, please call us today on +61.266840095.
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