Positive effects of supervision

Matt Hudson writes.

I work as an assistant psychologist with traumatised children. My job is to manage groups who can be violent, sexualised and oppositional, teaching them mindfulness and emotional regulation. It’s a tricky job, but one that I manage, for the most part, to leave at work. What I did not expect to take home with me, however, were the conversations I had during supervision. Like most assistant psychologists, I’ve been a capable member of teams. Previous supervision focused on meeting service


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