Supervision Theory Video
To be a competent Clinical/Professional Supervisor of a counsellor/psychotherapists, supervisors need to be able to:
- Conduct supervision sessions using various supervision interventions.
- Provide practical evaluation and feedback.
- Address the ethical and legal considerations of supervision.
This video series looks at the theory of supervision and covers the following subjects:
- Best Practice
- What is Professional Supervision?
- What skills does a professional supervisor need?
- What will be covered in a session of professional supervision?
- What are the different settings and forms for professional supervision?
- What are the Supervisor and Supervisee’s responsibilities?
- Legal and Risk management issues in the Allied Health Industry
- Legislation in Australia
- Frontline management professional supervision
- Issues in applying Professional Supervision
- Resistant supervisees
- Armstrong Model
- Note-taking and record-keeping
- Mental Health Issues and Supervision
- Stress and anxiety
- Conflict and Burnout
Credits: Successful completion of the Theory of Supervision video series, including the assessment, is recognised for credits towards the RISE UP Certificate of Group and Individual Supervision.
Note: Completion of this course meets partial training requirements for registration with many peak bodies as a Supervisor for counsellors and psychotherapists in Australia, Singapore, Papua New Guinea, China, Philippines and India.
For more information on credits and further training email firstname.lastname@example.org