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What is Supervision?

IACP therapist supervision

Supervision is a formal arrangement for Counsellors / Psychotherapists to discuss their work regularly with someone who is experienced in Counselling / Psychotherapy and Supervision.

The task is to work together to ensure and develop the efficacy of the Counsellor / Psychotherapist / Client relationship. The agenda will be the Counsellor / Psychotherapist’s work, with the Supervisor’s reactions and comments. Supervision is a process to maintain adequate standards of  Counselling / Psychotherapy and a method of consultancy to widen the horizons of the practitioner.

Why Supervision?

Supervision is seen by the IACP as vital to the process and ongoing maintenance of a Counsellor / Psychotherapist’s competency and continued accreditation.  All IACP Members working as Counsellor / Psychotherapists are bound by the IACP Code of Ethics and Practice to monitor their work through regular Supervision, to ensure that their standard of Counselling / Psychotherapy is competent and continues to develop.

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Supervision

Find a Supervisor in your area

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The Association is not authorised to issue contact details of Non-Accredited Members
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