NHS Clinical Supervision - Level 1
A half day workshop for any staff who are new to receiving clinical supervision enabling them to benefit optimally from their supervision sessions.
Do you receive clinical supervision?
Do you understand what it is all about?
Are you clear about the objectives?
Do you get the most out of these sessions? This half day workshop will be informative and thought provoking. It is aimed at staff who are new or relatively new to receiving clinical supervision. It will raise awareness of the objectives of the process and give people the skills to be able to benefit optimally from their supervision sessions and thus enhance their own development. It will enable people to be more assertive in developing a “partnership” with their supervisor, help them to understand the dynamics of the process and to deal with feedback comfortably and constructively.
At the end of the day delegates will be able to:
- define clinical supervision
- describe the benefits and barriers of clinical supervision
- describe the differences between clinical/managerial supervision and appraisals
- interpret expectations and boundaries of the clinical supervision policy to their own practice (confidentiality and record keeping)
- identify different models and approaches used in clinical supervision
- identify what to prepare in order to get the most out of their supervision
- identify different interpersonal perspectives of the supervisory relationship
Review objectives & personal learning goals
Core elements of clinical supervision:
- What is clinical supervision?
- Where does it fit with appraisals etc
- Exploring the current situation
- Identifying the benefits and barriers
- What should a policy include?
- Example clinical supervision agreements
- one to one v group etc
- needs based model
- reflective practice
- preparing for clinical supervision
- Know your style – implications on interactions
- Application – styles and situations
- The supervisory relationship
- Time to reflect summary questions to help transfer the learning to the workplace