Clinical supervision facilitates the development and maintenance of therapeutic competence, promotes fitness to practice and enhances good professional development.  The provision of supervision offers an intensive relationship – based on education and training that is case focussed, supporting, directing and guiding the work of professional practitioners.

Supervisors offer a range of models for supervision and learning as well as unique relationships with the practitioners they work with.  A supervisory relationship can be offered to those working in psychological therapy, counselling, psychotherapy as well as non-therapeutic roles.