In the supervision sessions, I create a framework in which the supervisees can view, describe and reflect on their professional practice from a greater distance.
Development of questions that relate to specific aspects of one’s own thinking, feeling and acting are largely based on changing perspectives (inside-out/pro-contra). The focus is not on deficits and problems, but on focusing on one’s own resources (team, person, organization).
The goals are:
- Expansion and deepening of one’s own possibilities, limits, attitudes etc.
- Change of one’s own behavior
- Improvement of knowledge about social and institutional framework conditions for professional action
- Expansion and deepening of social action competence
- Solution-oriented approach
- Individual supervision: as a dyadic relationship between supervisor and supervisee for reflection on professional issues
- Group supervision: individuals from the same or different professional groups with different institutional backgrounds for reflection on professional activity.
- Case supervision (individual and group): Bringing in and discussing specific cases from professional practice.
- Team supervision: Work and communication processes and related issues are the focus. Members share the same institutional background with each other, reflecting with the supervisor on the shared work situation.