Supervision

Supervision


One to one supervision is a relational, confidential process wherein a trained supervisor and a supervisee co-create a space which supports and challenges the supervisee in their professional role.

This co-created space can take various forms at different stages of the process. Supervision can be a reflective space where the supervisor and supervisee look at particular aspects of the work including client material, dynamics at the work place, organisational issues and ethical dilemmas. It can be a reflexive work where the supervisory dyad investigate how they are looking at the supervisee's work by exploring personal beliefs, values, biases and growing edges. Supervision can also be a formative space where the supervisee learns new skills and engages with their continuous professional development. It can also take the form of a restorative space as supervisor and supervisee may focus on self care practices whilst fostering links with to a supervisee's personal journey. Supervision can also take the form of a containing, cathartic space within which the supervisee can work through emotional reactions as a result of their contact with service users or clients.

LYNC supervisors are committed to engage in supervision of supervision and strive to support supervisees to meet their clients' needs whilst ensuring adherence to ethical guidelines.

At LYNC we provide supervision to a number of professionals. We provide social work supervision particularly to social workers working in the community, to social workers in education and to social workers working with child rearing families. We also provide supervision to psychotherapists, counsellors, educational leaders and arts therapists.


When I think of supervision with Daniel, I think of containment, security, safety, and above all genuineness. As my supervisor, Daniel has always been very insightful and attuned to me as person and as a professional. His academic background and experiences make Daniel a very resourceful professional in the field.


Maria Genovese, Counsellor

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