What does it involve?
Supervision is a continuous, collaborative, and supportive process between two or more psychology professionals to explore, monitor, and enhance their professional functioning. Professionals of all levels and aspiring clinicians undergo supervision to bridge their knowledge gaps, revamp their skills when necessary, discuss their roles, help them associate theory and practice, seek guidance for complex cases, and pave the way for reflection and development. Supervision can happen in a one-on-one setting, where a supervisor leads/guides a supervisee to gain more awareness, clarity and send them well informed and motivated than they were before they came in. It also happens in a group setting where a group of professionals shares their experiences, supports each other by offering realistic and suitable solutions to manage efficiently. Supervision is also a place to support, validate and reassure clinician’s work to make them feel understood, heard, and also receive constructive feedback.

At Heart It Out, we offer individual and group supervision intending to contribute to the betterment of mental health professionals and at the same time to increase the visibility of the concept of “supervision” for students and aspiring professionals.

Key Benefits

  • Enhances professional competencies, skills, and attitudes.
  • Emphasises goal-directed activities by eliminating the non-purposeful ones.
  • Provides subject clarity and broadens your horizons in the field.
  • Prevent things from getting stuck and allow new insights and perspectives