Supervision – what and why

Live stream with Liz Stewart and John Wilks

Most practitioners are unaware of the role or benefits of regular supervision. Supervision is often thought of as professional support in terms of helping with the practical aspects of clinical practice,

However, supervision is much more than this. It is about support, objective feedback about how we relate to our clients and how unconscious patterns can get in the way of our effectiveness as practitioners. It deals with transference issues, our needs as therapists to want to ‘make it better’ for our clients, and the way we communicate with them and relate to our peers. It offers compassionate support and help when we are triggered or upset by our client’s pain, expectations or blame.

John and Liz, both practitioners and teachers, are passionate about the need for professional support of this kind and will be leading a lively discussion, sharing their experiences of giving and receiving supervision over the period of their professional lives.

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John Wilks
John Wilks

Bowen Technique & Craniosacral Therapy

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