Supervision is mandatory for psychotherapists and highly recommended for coaches and consultants. We do not go to supervision because it is mandatory, we go to ensure the best possible practice and take care of ourselves as instruments.
Supervision is a formal process in which a psychotherapist, coach or consultant regularly presents his or her client work to a chosen supervisor as way of enhancing their practice through careful reflection on the process. The main purpose is to ensure the efficacy of ones’ practice which in turn will enable practitioners to work towards the best possible practice for their clients.
Supervision employs a collaborative relationship that has both facilitative and evaluative components, that extends over time, which has the goals of enhancing the professional competence, monitoring the quality of services provided and providing a gatekeeping function for entry into the profession.
Supervision is conducted within a formal working relationship and is strictly confidential. It can take different constructs such as:
Two of our team members have Certificates of Supervision from Relational Change, UK and are committed to supporting both the psychotherapy and coaching profession in the Balkan area. We are relationally oriented and opened to any school of thought.