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What is NDIS clinical supervision?

Clinical supervision is a widely used practice across various disciplines. Its primary purpose is to provide support and guidance to practitioners, while also ensuring that the quality of participant care remains high. Through regular supervision sessions, practitioners can receive feedback, discuss challenging cases, and develop their skills and knowledge. Ultimately, clinical supervision helps to promote better participant outcomes and a more effective support system.

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What are the benefits of clinical supervision?

NDIS Clinical supervision is an essential component of clinicians’ continuing professional development. It is a requirement for all NDIS behaviour support practitioners.

Supervision focuses on enhancing the skills, knowledge, and ethical practices of behavioural professionals, fostering their professional growth, and ultimately improving participant outcomes.

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At Achieve & Thrive, we maintain a standard of excellence in our NDIS clinical supervision services, ensuring the highest quality support for all involved.
Our supervision is exclusively available to registered practitioners who demonstrate proficiency, advanced skill sets, or specialisation in their respective fields. While we appreciate the enthusiasm of new practitioners, we do not extend our supervision services to endorse their practice at this time.

Additionally, we reserve this service solely for our contracted professionals, aligning with our commitment to maintaining a consistent and reliable support system. We thank you for your understanding in this matter and remain dedicated to upholding the standards of excellence within our organisation.

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What to expect from our clinical supervisors?

If you are seeking NDIS clinical supervision at Achieve & Thrive, you can expect a supportive and collaborative environment where you can discuss your cases and receive guidance and feedback.

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We will work with you to:

  • Identify your strengths and areas for improvement
  • Enhance your therapeutic skills
  • Provide you with the tools and resources you need to succeed in your role as a behaviour support practitioner
  • Promote adherence to ethical guidelines and best practices
  • Discuss difficult or challenging cases

At Achieve & Thrive our NDIS clinical supervision focus is on five key components.

Case review and consultation

Supervisees can present participants they are currently supporting, discuss assessment and intervention plan as well as implement strategies. Our supervisor provides guidance, shares insights, and encourages critical thinking to promote effective therapeutic approaches.

Skill development

Supervisees can enhance their clinical skills through observation, role-playing, and constructive feedback from our supervisor. This may include refining therapeutic techniques, developing rapport with participants, and improving cultural competency.

Ethical and legal considerations

Our supervisors ensure that supervisees understand and adhere to ethical guidelines, confidentiality requirements, and relevant legislation in behaviour support.

Self-reflection and self-care

We provide the opportunity for supervisees to reflect on their own experiences, emotional responses, and countertransference. Our supervisors encourage self-care practices to prevent burnout and promote well-being in the demanding field of positive behaviour support.

Professional growth and career development

Our NDIS clinical supervision support is about setting professional goals, expanding their theoretical knowledge, and seeking continuing education opportunities.

Do you need an NDIS Clinical Supervision?

To get started please give us a call

1300 132 616

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