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Psychologist Session


Clinical Supervision

All HCPC Registered Art Therapists are required by The British Association of Art Therapists’ (BAAT) Code of Ethics to undertake supervision for the protection of the service users that the Art Therapist sees on behalf of their employer or on behalf of the service user if the Art Therapist works privately. Supervision is required to support the protection and welfare of service users, for good clinical practice and to contribute towards the continuing working development (CPD) of the Art Therapist. 


Clinical Supervision is offered to support safe and best practice. It can; 

  • Enhance effective practice 

  • Explore safe practice and assess risks

  • Develops work putting theory in to practice

  • To reflect on clinical work and explore therapeutic plans

  • To give a framework for the unspoken creative process and the session narrative

  • Ensures the Art Therapist complies with their code of practice and HCPC standards

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