Clinical Supervision

Clinical supervision involves a counselor or psychotherapist seeking the guidance and support of another professional in order to review their client work, professional growth, and often personal development. It is important to note that supervision is distinct from a managerial role and is primarily focused on professional development. In institutional settings, supervision and management are typically separate entities. The supervisor’s role is that of a consultant rather than a boss.

In addition to individual supervision, some counselors also engage in group supervision, where multiple therapists come together to discuss and provide input on each other’s work. However, group supervision usually complements individual supervision rather than replacing it.

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