Supervision provides a safe and contained space in which delegates are supported to reflect more deeply about the nature and challenges of their professional work. It serves also to consider the emotional impact that very often exists for educators as they work to support and educate young people from a variety of backgrounds. Supervision is purposeful and is intended to help educators gain further insight into the emotional landscape, motivations and presenting behaviours of the young people with whom they work. Clear guidance will be given on when or where to refer on to, where necessary.

To maintain TISUK Practitioner status, practitioners are required to undertake a minimum of 3 sessions of professonal supervision per year, from the start of the term after they complete their assessment. (This is the minimum requirement and we would recommend doing 6 per year.). Supervision can be done with one of the TIS Team or with a professional of your choice who meets the required professional criteria. 

We are delighted that we have top supervisors to offer supervision to any TISUK trainee (currently on a 10 or 12 day training) or a TISUK graduate. Our supervisors are all qualified and registered psychotherapists or mentors who have substantial experience working in educational settings.

Supervision for Practitioners/Practitioners in training is booked in blocks of 6 sessions at a cost of £180 for the block of 6 or 3 sessions for £100, contact details to book below.

National Group Supervision Wales Group Supervision