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Group Supervision

Supervision is an interactive process between a psychologist and a supervisor. Within a group setting, it allows of psychologists to engage in a professionally stimulating and supportive opportunity for growth. Group supervision of the provisional psychologist’s professional practice during the internship period is completed by Board-Approved Supervisors. 


The purpose of supervision is to guide and provide feedback on the psychologist’s practice and to assess personal, professional and educational development in the context of their experience of providing safe, appropriate and high-quality care to clients. Supervision involves a mentoring relationship as well as a reflective space where psychologists can explore their personal experiences of practicing as a psychologist.


Our supervisors have a background in working with children, adolescents, adults and families across a broad range of presenting issues and sectors (private practice, not-for-profit and the public mental health sector). Supervisors are experienced in a variety of treatment modalities, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Schema Therapy. Supervision can also focus on areas of particular interest, including but not limited to psychometric assessment, counselling with children and families, working with clients who have experienced trauma, risk issues including suicidality and self-harm behaviours, eating disorders and treatment for anxiety and depression.

Please contact us to arrange a supervision session with one of our experienced clinicians.

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