Supervision


Gwendoline Ford offers supervision for professional clinical hypnotherapists as part of their continuing professional development (CPE)  – required by leading hypnotherapy associations. Gwendoline is a Clinical Member and recognised Supervisor with the Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association (AHA) and has worked as a professional hypnotherapy supervisor for years, having supervised many clinical hypnotherapists throughout this time.

Current Supervision Dates:

NB: Please contact the college to arrange a time to suit you.

 Price:

$100 on an individual basis applies to all supervisions

MORE INFORMATION

What is Supervision?

Supervision is a process that attempts to insure that the well-being of the client is regarded above that of the practitioner. At the same time the  practitioner is gaining valuable experience or has gained experience of working with clients to the best of his/her professional ability. When conducting supervision, the supervisor will ultimately place responsibility for the client's well-being over and above responsibility to the supervisee.

Supervision is aimed at enhancing the supervisee’s own knowledge and experience. All supervisees are asked to adhere to the Code of Ethics of their own professional association and to provide the supervisor with relevant copies.

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How Does Supervision Work?

Regular reviews of supervision take place to identify its effectiveness.  Reviews are set after negotiation between the supervisor and supervisee and can be done regularly between 3 to 6 months.

It is expected that the supervisee develop methods of self assessment/evaluation throughout the period of being in supervision, e.g. personal development journal, reflections, observations, working style preferences and any conclusions reached thereafter.

Records of supervisory meetings, issues brought to supervision, outline of discussions, outcomes, subsequent interventions used in the therapy setting are encouraged. Own therapy (if relevant) is supported with issues, discoveries, insights and progress etc; duly noted.

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Do I Need to Come into the Office for Supervision?

Supervision is done on an individual basis and therefore face-to-face supervision can be a rewarding experience for the supervisee. If this is not possible, we also offer flexible options such as conducting supervision over Skype or over the phone.

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