The aim of supervision is to create an opportunity for clinicians to reflect on specific clinical questions that they bring to supervision sessions. This can be related to specific areas of skills, broad themes, potential directions in therapy, issues arising in therapy or clinical decision making.
Therapists - Supervision
Professional supervision at the Michael Palin Centre
The Michael Palin Centre offers professional supervision to qualified speech and language therapists in relation to their work with children, young people or adults who have a fluency disorder (stammering or cluttering).
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