Supervision

Principles of Outreach reflective supervision:

Our model of reflective supervision:

  1. sits at the heart of our work linking practice, research and training
  2. deepens and broadens worker’s knowledge and critical analysis skills
  3. enables confident, competent, creative and independent decision-making
  4. help workers to build clear plans that seek to enable positive change for children and families
  5. creates a relationship that helps staff feel valued, supported and motivated
  6. supports the development of worker’s emotional resilience and self-awareness
  7. promotes a learning culture within the organisation

Benefits of reflective supervision:

The introduction of supervision models often causes anxieties and leads professionals to feel they have no need for supervision, no time available or no budget – or all three! However, The Mulberry Bush Outreach strongly believe, based on research, experience and anecdotal evidence, that supervision models can:

  • improve staff well-being, leading to reduced sickness and so financial savings!
  • develop staff knowledge and critical analysis skills
  • enhance your understanding of those you are working with, leading to better outcomes
  • increases the ability to move away from crises management to planned responses; saving time

This is why we offer individual and group supervision to meet the needs of your organisation.

For more information please contact us by emailing [email protected]