Staff continue to feedback the benefits of clinical supervision support provided, this includes:
- Opportunity to share common concerns
- Opportunity to support others in similar roles
- Opportunity to tap into ideas, expertise and experience of others
- Opportunity to reflect positively and safely
- Providing personal & professional development
The sessions also model a framework for supervision that will support Learning Mentors and pastoral staff to work effectively with their students.
The sessions for current year will be facilitated by an experienced Specialised Clinical Social Worker from the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Early Intervention Team, who is a member of the CAMHS Family Therapy clinic and has a specific responsibility for supporting the work of front line professionals in Children’s Services.
To ensure sessions are beneficial and effective, supervision will take place within small groups, with no more than 8 participants. Places must be confirmed.