Supervision is an important reflective space offered by ASTEP where practitioners seek support, perspectives and clarification regarding their clinical work. The concerns brought into supervision can include anything within the scope of psychotherapy and isn’t limited by the nature of client life situations and goals.
The clinical supervision process can be brief and limited to one/few sessions or an on-going relationship, depending on the supervisee’s needs. It is ensured that aspects of the supervisory relationship are confidential and clearly defined. The supervisor's role includes recognising the supervisee's working style, resources, interests and goals, while responding to the changing needs and immediate objectives the latter seeks support with.
Consulting relationships between practicing peers are also encouraged.