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Clinical
Supervision

Offered as one-on-one in person or video, currently the most popular type of clinical supervision. In this, you as the supervisee meets individually, usually once per week but perhaps pro-rated to every other week or once per month if you are working less than full-time.

What is Clinical
Supervision?

“Supervision" means a formalized professional relationship between a supervisor and supervisee in which the supervisor directs, monitors, and evaluates the supervisee's social work practice while promoting development of the supervisee's knowledge, skills, and abilities to provide social work services in an ethical and competent manner.


"Supervision training" means a course or program designed to provide information regarding the supervision process utilized by social workers in a variety of settings as set forth in Regulation .04B(1)”

Individual Supervision-Offered as one-on-one in person or video, currently the most popular type of clinical supervision. In this, you as the supervisee meets individually, usually once per week but perhaps pro-rated to every other week or once per month if you are working less than full-time.

Don’t want one on one supervision? No problem. We also offer supervision in a group format. 

Group supervision is great for those who want to learn from their peers. Benefits of group supervision include the following:


•    Enhance your clinical skills.
•    Engage in topics of interest.
•    Explore various case studies.
•    Learn from a variety of viewpoints.

We also offer supervision for trained therapists seeking consultation, peer support, and additional professional development opportunities.

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