What is Supervision?
A common practice for counselors and therapists, supervision consists of the practitioners meeting regularly with another professional, to discuss casework and other professional issues in a structured way.
There are two main goals of supervision:
1. Assist the practitioner to learn from his or her experience and progress in expertise;
2. And ensure good service to the client or patient.
Adrien Paczosa is an iaedp™ Certified Eating Disorders Registered Dietitian and Approved Supervisor (CEDRD-S). She is excited to offer a CEDRD supervising course to help you get your 2500 hours signed off on or just assist you in enhancing your knowledge around eating disorder recovery and the role dietitians play.
Adrien started supervising other dietitians when she founded iLiveWell Nutrition in 2007. Ever since that time, helping dietitians pursue their professional goals to become better practitioners is something Adrien continually works towards.
How can you benefit from Casework & Supervision?
We all need guidance when working one-on-one with clients to make sure we are providing the highest quality of care. Through supervision, there is a third party looking at the case giving feedback that may have been overseen.
As nutrition science continues to expand stay on top of all the trends can be demanding, having a team to talk through everything can make this process fun and easier. Topics that might come up during conversation include: specific questions on your clinical cases and how to overcome barriers with your clients, coaching on different aspects of private practice, presentations by industry/research experts, guidance in areas that you feel you are lacking or could us improvement in, and an opportunity to share successes you have had with other like-minded professionals.
Currently, Adrien provides individual clinical supervision as well as group supervision options.
Ready to find out more?
If you have questions about pricing, or need more information about supervision please contact Adrien to book an initial meeting and determine if Clinical Supervision is your next step.