Clinical supervision offers an opportunity to reflect on professional practice and develop a deeper understanding of your work. Supervision differs from therapy because its aim is not the healing process of the supervisee, but rather the exploration of why your work impacts on you, reviewing and reflecting on how to move forwards, and increasing your ability to work with excellence within your practice.

A requirement for psychotherapists, supervision is increasingly being used across other professions such as education and social care.  Employees are recognising the need for clinical supervision in addition to line management as we work in an ever demanding culture.  Clinical supervision re-frames the work for the practitioner, allowing them to lessen their emotional load and increase their skills and competence.