- Supports continuing reflection and professional development (CPD)
- Improves personal and professional wellbeing
- Improves outcomes for service users, patients, and clients
- Improves work environment and culture
Our supervisors are chartered members of the British Psychological Society (BPS) and British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapists (BABCP). They are also qualified clinical supervisors. The ultimate goal of supervision is to help workers provide clients with the optimal service provision. To achieve this goal, our Epione supervisors provide a combination of administration, education, and support. Epione see supervision as a partnership and can be offered for groups or on an individual basis. This creates a healing space to discuss how a workers role aligns with the mission of trauma informed practice, explores training needs, and provides ongoing support and a personal plan to avoid the negative impacts of vicarious trauma.
In operating from a trauma lens, our Epione supervisors support support professional growth, reflection and encourage learning opportunities. It is crucial for organisations to create safe spaces for meaningful and sometimes difficult conversations, which in turns helps to mitigate the impacts of vicarious trauma.
Our supervisors follow a safe and structural strengths baed approach which enables good boundary setting, trust and routine in which supervises are empowered to check in, agree specific issues and experience to work through step by step, and identifying resourcing to support reflective learning.
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