Clinical supervision is for accredited counsellors and psychotherapists, pre-accredited therapists and students undergoing training courses in professional counselling and psychotherapy.
The primary goal of clinical supervision is to enhance the effectiveness of psychotherapy/counselling through the growth of the therapist and the development of their therapy skills.
Clinical supervision helps to protects therapists against burnout and stress. It is a space to discuss difficulties, both the supervisees’ and their clients, without fear of disapproval or judgement.
All Clinical Supervisors working from Primary Care Psychotherapy are accredited with IACP and/or IAHIP.