So you have taken on the feat of becoming a clinical supervisor. What a rewarding experience and with your expertise, you have the capacity to grow and shape the upcoming mental health professionals in the field. However, as you are starting to meet with supervisees and structure sessions, you are wondering if you are being effective, what you should and shouldn’t be doing, and ultimately how to provide quality care to the counselors and social workers under your supervision. Trust us, we understand, that is why supervision of supervision exists.
It takes time and training to become a supervisor. You already have the training, now it’s time to figure out how you can best provide support and help your supervisees work through issues.