The most effective clinician engages in ongoing supervision that challenges us to improve our services. Addressing our use of self, managing boundaries and self-care allow us to be fully present for our clients. Clinical supervision is available for social workers seeking Connecticut licensure eligibility as well as for licensed clinicians seeking supervision outside of their work setting.
- Review of cases
- Client outcomes
- Professional ethics and standards of practice
- Professional growth
- Risk Assessment
- Therapeutic relationship
- Treatment modalities/clinical interventions
- Workload/time management
Ongoing supervision can be useful for skill development and for maximizing therapeutic effectiveness.
Even seasoned therapists get confronted with clinical situations that are baffling. The fresh perspective provided by consultation with an experienced therapist can prove useful.
Our clinical supervisor has a track record of teaching and training, as well as supervising, and has a passion for adding value to our profession. Get started with her today!