What is Systemic Supervision?
Systemic supervision is based on theories from Systemic Psychotherapy. Systemic Supervision aims to support the supervisee to consider the wider system and contexts that will be impacting on working with their client groups.
Systemic Supervision will consider and explore the following:
- The systems within which clients are part of.
- The systems which clinicians are part of both professionally and personally that will be influencing their work.
- The patterns of interaction that may be being repeated within relationships.
- The ‘certainties’ the clinician may be holding on to regarding their clients which may be limiting the work.
- New perspectives on the issues that clients bring to therapy inviting the clinician to remain curious.
Who is Systemic Supervision for?
Systemic Supervision can be useful for any clinician who wishes to explore more widely the clinician/client relationship.
Managers who want to think systemically about the staff they employ.
How is Systemic Supervision Offered?
Systemic supervision can be offered individually or within group settings particularly when teams are working with the same clients or faced with similar issues. This can be particularly useful in developing positive and stronger staff relationships.
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