Therapists are hungry to get better. But did you know that 60-90% of therapists do not develop clear individualised learning objectives in clinical supervision? (And no, improving engagement is not specific enough).
Without clarity of direction, we might end up chasing our own tails.
This is because, in our default approach to supervision, therapists and supervisors spend the majority of time discussing “case-by-case” difficulties, or “stuck” cases. This is necessary, but not sufficient for development.
If a supervisor wants to help a therapist really develop and obtain better client results, they need to take that one extra step that will have leverage in improving their craft.
What is it?
Preview two videos made freely available to you from of our in-depth, cutting-edge learning platform, Reigniting Clinical Supervision (RCS).
Coach Wooden offers us a timeless perspective:
“…You win by becoming a better player of the game at large, not by adapting your technique to every new team you face. Your opponent will always be changing; it’s a losing race.
But if you master the game, you will have skills and knowledge you need to defeat whoever you face.”
~ John Wooden, A Game Plan for Life, 2009, p.41.
p/s: Join our in-depth, cutting-edge learning platform, Reigniting Clinical Supervision (RCS). Registration closes this Friday, 18th of Jan 2019. We begin on Monday, 21st of Jan 2019. If you are a subscriber to Frontiers of Psychotherapist Development, remember to use the exclusive promo code to enjoy 20% off the full price. It’s in your last newsletter. Discounts diminish in the future launches.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
 Data were collected as part of our pre-workshop surveys since 2015-present.