Supervising & Managing

Practitioners are responsible for clarifying who holds responsibility for the work with the client. 

There is a general obligation for all play, creative arts and filial therapists, supervisors and trainers to receive supervision/consultative support independently of any managerial relationships. 

Supervisors and managers have a responsibility to maintain and enhance good practice by practitioners, to protect clients from poor practice and to acquire the attitudes, skills and knowledge required by their role. 

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16th-18th March 2018
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