Supervision is an intentional shared space which focuses on reflective practice, where safety and collaboration are prioritised to inform and impact collective learning and growth.
Casey, J. Money, M. Roberton, F. Sutherland,
Supervision is an intentional and collaborative process underpinned by safety and supported within the supervisory relationship. It can empower practitioners by affirming and evoking skills, knowledge and professional growth and transformation – offering support, confidence and clarity with a clear way forward. This has a ripple effect, benefiting the supervisor, supervisee and the profession at large and therefore the community of people we serve. Towards an ethical and sustainable practice offering our best work.
Bergmann, L. Kiely, M. O’Connor, S. Williams.
Supervision is an intentional relationship that provides a safe space in which a supervisee is held, affirmed and can be inspired by a supervisor. The supervisor is able to listen and reflect with the supervisee to elucidate direction and clarity, providing intentional structure for action. It benefits all, including the supervisor, supervisee, clients, the community and these benefits can also show in interpersonal relationships outside supervision.