Supervision refers to a relationship in which the supervisor assumes responsibility for the services delivered by the supervisee. This arrangement is most typically found in training environments, in which someone is training to become a mental health professional. Supervision can also be necessary when professionals are seeking to add an area of competence or begin working with clients experiencing problems they are less experienced with. Supervision is available to clinical psychologists, clinical psychology students, and registered psychotherapists (or members requiring supervision for registration). If you are a member of a different mental health profession please see our Consultation options.
Supervisory arrangements typically involve joining the clinic and receiving supervision for clients you see at the clinic. We provide supervision to trainees at all levels. Contact us for supervision availability.