Clinical Supervision Training

Counselling Supervision is an essential safeguard for clients, a support for counsellors, and a process through which practitioners can develop their skill and competence.

WELCOME TO SYDNEY SUPERVISION TRAINING

Supervision is an essential safeguard for clients, a support for counsellors, and a process through which practitioners can develop their skills and competence. Professional supervision is sometimes refereed to as clinical supervision, however, as you will discover in this course, clinical supervision is only one of many aspects of professional supervision. It is a required undertaking for numerous allied health professionals in a great variety of disciplines such as psychology, social work, mental health nursing, hypnotherapy, and community work, and is not solely restricted to counselling. A competent professional supervisors should be able to conduct supervision sessions using various supervision interventions, providing effective evaluation and feedback to supervisee's and addresses the ethical and legal considerations of supervision.

 

Please be sure to visit your registration body's website for entry criteria onto your Supervision Register.

 

The COA in Supervision course will enable the graduate, as a minimum, to:
  • Define the role of a Clinical Supervisor

  • Identify the goals of supervision

  • Describe the supervisory relationship

  • Demonstrate the skills required for conducting diverse supervision interventions

  • Provide effective evaluation

  • Have knowledge of the different models of supervision

  • Present effectual feedback to supervisees

  • Successfully undertake a variety of supervisor administration tasks

  • Address the ethical and legal considerations of supervision
    Understand Best Practice in Supervision

Larissa Kirpichnikov, Consulting Psychologist

A competent professional supervisors should be able to conduct supervision sessions using various supervision interventions, providing effective evaluation and feedback to supervisee's and addresses the ethical and legal considerations of supervision.

Richard Hill, Neuropsychotherapist & Counsellor 

I'm very grateful for the supervision course, not only because of the content, but because of the way it was taught by Lyndall Briggs. The number of additional resources provided is just one example of how the course itself was enhance. I recommend this to everyone.

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The professional tasks of those who provide therapy are multidimensional and complex, just as those who conduct therapy come from multiple disciplines. Counselors, psychologists, social workers, psychiatrists, and in some instances nurses, educators, clergy, life coaches, and pastoral carers all engage in psychologically therapeutic activities.

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