Clinical supervision is more than a casual exchange of information on the telephone, over lunch or via the e-mail. It should be taken seriously and conducted face-to-face on a formal basis.
Administrative supervision is oriented towards an agency’s policy. It is here that objectives are translated into tasks to be performed by mental health practitioners. The major responsibility of the administrative supervisor is to ensure that the work is performed.
Educational supervision is about teaching the clinician the knowledge, skills, and abilities important to clinical tasks by analyzing the social worker’s interaction with the client. The supervisor teaches the clinician what he/she needs to know to provide specific services to specific clients.
Supportive supervision is concerned with increasing job performance by decreasing job related stress that interferes with work performance. The supervisor increases the clinician’s motivation and develop a work environment that enhances work performance.
We perform all these in an utmost mindful, caring, and respectful manner for the optimum growth and success of each clinician.
If you need hours to earn the ‘R’ after becoming a CSW or want to have supervision for on-going growth, we will work with you and come up with flexible schedule that fits your need.