Clinical Supervision is a distinct professional activity in which education and training aimed at developing informed practice are facilitated through a collaborative interpersonal process.

It involves reflection, observation, evaluation, feedback, facilitation of supervisee, self-assessment and acquisition of knowledge and skills by instruction, modelling and mutual problem-solving.

Building on the recognition of the strengths and talents of the supervisee, supervision encourages self-efficacy.

Supervision ensures that clinical (supervision) is conducted in a competent manner in which ethical standards and professional practices are used to promote and protect the welfare of the client, the profession and society at large.

GAP provides clinical supervision for professionals working therapeutically with clients.

Supervision can take place on an individual basis or in a group situation.

Clinical Supervision is a reflective process and a space where professionals can think about their work with clients. It helps promote tolerance for not knowing and not understanding.

The supervision session pays attention to:

  • the session content

  • the therapist’s strategies and interventions

  • the therapy relationship

  • the internal experience of the therapist

  • the supervisory relationship and the internal experience of the supervisor

It is a learning experience which helps expand one's growth as a therapist.

Contact GAP today for individual clinical supervision.