Clinical Supervision Hub

We provide access to quality clinical supervision, delivered by experts to ensure schools can provide their staff with a safe space to process any difficult information that they are exposed to.

What do we do?

Working with vulnerable people, listening to distressing information and having empathic relationships will have an impact on your staff's mental health. We call this the cost of caring. Your staff cannot effectively support the vulnerable people they work with if they do not have the time to process and reflect upon their work.  

Clinical supervision is a very important component for staff's mental health and professional development. By having access to frequent clinical supervision, your staff will be able to reflect upon their work and have the opportunity to process information that may be impacting on their emotional and mental health. 

Our clinically trained professionals (Clinical Psychologists, Educational Psychologists, Counselling Psychologists, CBT therapists) are experienced in providing quality clinical supervision. We match the needs of your staff with our clinicians to ensure we provide a safe and reflective space. 

Department for Education also recommend access to supervision via the Education Staff Wellbeing Charter. 

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How do we do it? 

We provide online clinical supervision, and we will work with you to identify how frequent the sessions should be. Each session will last 50 minutes. Sessions can be delivered on a 1:1 basis or as a group (up to 3 people). All sessions can be booked online and rescheduled at a click of a button. Our supervisors will maintain their own caseloads to ensure we can protect the supervisory relationship. We are also able to provide access to supervision in the evenings and weekends.  All safeguarding matters will be safely managed and we will provide schools with data on attendance and emerging themes. 

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