Self-directed online training

Event description

This course is a self-paced e-learning package that provides an introduction to clinical supervision for mental health clinicians. The package is designed for supervisees. Clinicians who are wanting to provide supervision would be expected to undertake further training. The package explores what supervision is and isn't, the barriers and enablers to clinical supervision, underpinning principles, establishing a supervision relationship and a brief introduction to modes and models of clinical supervision. Throughout the package the learner is encouraged to refer to their own discipline frameworks/guidelines/standards and their own local policies and procedures for clinical supervision.

This session will cover:

After completing the four modules in this e-learning package, you will be able to:

define the purpose of clinical supervision based on what it is and what it is not
differentiate the roles and responsibilities of the supervisor, supervisee and organisation
establish a professional supervision relationship
identify discipline-specific requirements for clinical supervision and seek further resources
engage in clinical supervision as an informed participant.

Categories: Capability 13 - Enabling reflective and supportive ways of working
Disciplines: Allied Health, Nursing
Levels: Introductory
Lifespans: Infant, Child, Adolescent, Youth, Adult, Older Persons

120 minutes

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Provided by Centre for Mental Health Learning (CMHL)