Broulee Psychology offers clinical supervision to psychologists and other allied health and caseworkers working in the mental health sector.
What is Clinical Supervision?
Clinical Supervision is important for maintaining a high quality of support for clients. Like therapy, supervision is individualised based upon what clinicians need. This may include the presentation of case studies or gaining more expertise in a particular therapeutic approach. It can also just be helpful to have another professional as a sounding board, someone who is looking at a particular case from an outsider’s perspective.
Who Provides the Supervision?
Stacy Shepherd provides clinical supervision at Broulee Psychology. Stacy is endorsed as an educational and developmental psychologist as well as a clinical psychologist. She is also a board-approved supervisor and has experience in supervising case workers to fellow psychologists. Stacy is registered to provide clinical supervision for 4+2 and 5+1 provisional psychologists as well as those psychologists seeking endorsement in educational and developmental psychology.
Clinical supervision can be face-to-face in the Broulee office or via Skype. Supervision can be individual or group-based and can be organised with individuals or through an organisation.
If you are interested in finding out more about clinical supervision, give us a call today at Broulee Psychology.