Clinical supervision in Galway

What is clinical supervision?

Clinical supervision has been defined as “a structured, formalised approach (for which time is set aside) for discussing professional practice with a colleague or peer that encourages reflection on, and evaluation of, clinical decision-making and outcomes.” (UK DOH Allied Health Report 2003).

What does clinical supervision consist of?

Milne (2007) identified a number of functions of Clinical Supervision including quality control, maintaining and facilitating the supervisees’ competence and capability and helping supervisees to work effectively.

Why is regular supervision important?

In a systematic review of 24 studies, Milne (2007) found that Clinical Supervision is associated with positive outcomes in terms of quality and safety of care.

 Supervision requirements

All allied health professionals are responsible for maintaining their competency to practice, and an important part of this is to access appropriate Clinical Supervision.

How we can help?

At EBTC we understand the importance of good clinical supervision and have extensive experience of providing clinical supervision in to a range of professionals including Psychologists, Trainee Psychologists, Assistant Psychologists, Mental Health Nurses, Physiotherapists, Physiotherapy students and Osteopaths. We are committed to providing excellent clinical supervision and have a focus on providing a supportive environment where you can openly discuss your clinical cases. If you would like to meet with one of our therapists to discuss your clinical supervision requirements in Galway or the surrounding areas, please give us a call on the number above or send us an email using the contact us page.