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Clinical Supervision

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Clinical Supervision – Next Openings will be in January 2023

Supervision will be offered to individuals who are completing a practicum in the field of counselling psychology and/or psychotherapy, individuals who are licensed with CRPO as registered psychotherapist qualifying, or registered psychotherapists who are not yet in independent practice, and agencies who do not have a qualified supervisor on site with a need for external supervision.

If you are interested in working with Liane Wood in supervision beginning in January 2023 or later, please let her know here:

Clinical Supervision Request

Information about CRPO Supervision Hours:

For RP Qualifying individuals – CRPO is currently suggesting a ratio of 1 hour of supervision for every 4.5 direct client hours as an ideal target. The suggested ratio is a guideline, not a requirement. For more information about supervision for RP Qualifying individuals click here: https://www.crpo.ca/4-2-practising-clinical-supervision/

For RP’s not yet in independent practice, CRPO is currently suggesting a ratio of 1 hour of supervision for every 10 direct client hours as an ideal target. The suggested ratio is a guideline, not a requirement. For more information about supervision for RP’s not yet in independent practice click here: https://www.crpo.ca/supervision/

For all CRPO supervision of either RP Qualifying or RP’s please note:  Up to a maximum of 50% of your total supervision hours can be acquired through group supervision including structured peer group supervision. 50% or more of your total supervision hours must be individual or dyadic supervision.

Types of Supervision

Individual: Working one on one with Liane to discuss client cases. Individual supervision sessions normally run for one hour at a time.

Dyadic: Working with Liane, yourself and one other supervisee discussing client cases. Dyadic supervision sessions normally run for one hour at a time with the cost being split equally between the two supervisees. Dyadic supervision helps supervisees save on costs of supervision with expanded learning opportunities by hearing about other client cases.

Group: Working in a small group (up to 8 supervisees) with Liane meeting once per month for 2-3 hours discussing client cases. Group supervision helps supervisees save on costs of supervision with expanded learning opportunities by hearing about other client cases.

**Please note: No identifying information is permitted to be disclosed when discussing client cases to maintain client confidentiality.

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