This unit will explore the different aspects of supervision, including the factors affecting supervision. These factors include the importance of confidentiality, and the conditions of when this may need to be broken, alongside the basic principles of safeguarding.

This unit will also cover the forms of supervision that are available, understanding the differences between these forms and the value of discussion and feedback in relation to supervision.

After this unit, learners will:

    • Understand the boundary, ethical and confidentiality issues
    • Understand the different forms of supervision available
    • Understand the differences between group and one-to-one supervision
    • Know own personal development needs regarding supervision
    • Know the value of discussion and feedback in supervision
    • Understand ‘Reflective Practice’.
Key Takeaways
  • Peer group supervision
  • The value and importance that an opportunity to be a supervisor would be welcomed
  • Reflective practice – used that process (on own)
  • Informed us on how supervision should be – allowed us to compare with our own, and take back suggestions to our managers/ service – to support the whole team
  • Different models – how collaborative services could do supervision together. Improve communication and provision by looking at different ways (group)
  • Contracting – what it is and why it is useful
  • Try and introduce other forms
  • Clinical/ group
  • Appropriate discussion topics.

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