If you are a student or professional health practitioner, let’s see how we can collaborate to make your work more client-focused, ethically driven, and personally satisfying. Our supervision services are for counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, and other health care providers. Supervision is critical for your therapy goals, training and continuing education in techniques that benefit your clients and keep you abreast of new treatment modalities.
What is Professional Supervision in Practice?
Professional Supervision recognises the need for ongoing professional development and the importance of supporting professional growth and transition. ACA members must complete annual supervision leading up to their next renewal date. Ongoing supervision is necessary to maintain professional development, professional networks and knowledge exchange opportunities.
Professional supervision is the way you check you are talking about the right things with your client. It is the measure of everyone’s work against one another and not in isolation. Professional assessment and supervision is an integral part of training to maintain a level of quality. This day to day management process will ensure that your training leads to strong counselling skills and therapeutic support work.
Who needs to have a Professional Supervisor?
Sanity Care’s Daniel Weldemichial is qualified to offer professional supervision sessions for therapists, and he is an active member of the ACA. He joined the Australian Counselling Association (ACA) – as a registered supervisor through the ACA’s College of Supervision and as a Level 2 counsellor. Daniel Weldemichial is Accredited Supervisor and Counsellor with the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). Daniel has extensive supervision experience and actively participates in ongoing training and professional development.
Aims of Professional Supervision
What to expect
Professional supervision is not just about meeting agency or regulatory needs (such as registration bodies)—it’s about helping clients get the most out of their mental health care system. With experience comes wisdom, real-world knowledge, industry knowledge, and a strong understanding of how things work in a counselling setting. Supervision at Sanity Care.