Getting ready to become a clinician can be overwhelming to say the least.
Institute for Practical Life can help you make this process painless and rewarding. Jusleine Daniel has provided clinical supervision to many individuals and has assisted them in the process of acquiring their licensure. She helps the new social worker to develop her personal goals, increase competency working with individuals and groups. Jusleine areas of expertise are children, adolescents and couples.
Group Clinical Supervision
A fully licensed, certified clinical supervisor facilitates the group. Group supervision is via a formal process that is agreed by the supervisor and supervisees. The makeup of the group depends on the goals of the supervision. Group supervision is a complement to, rather than a substitute for, one-to-one supervision, though it may reduce the frequency with which one-to-one supervision is needed.
What are the main goals of group supervision?
Group supervision involves the use of a group setting to enable members to reflect on their work and grow their skills. By pooling skills, experience, and knowledge, the aim of the session is to improve the skills and capability of both individuals and the group. The goal of the session may be to solve problems, plan work, and set priorities when working patients while also learning from others or make decisions.
Sharing in a group setting:
Can give supervisees an increased sense of support by realizing others have similar concerns.
Allows supervisees to find new and better ways of dealing with their own situations by listening to others.
Can allow supervisees to explore different ideas about how they will solve problems by obtaining arrange of feedback from others about issues or concerns.
Provides a safe environment where individuals can discuss their limitations and problems without criticism - some individuals may find that they are more confident about opening up in a group situation than in a one-to-one situation.
The Group meets Fridays at 6:00 pm via Zoom meetings