I strongly believe in Professional Supervision and have obtained a Post Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision from the University of Auckland, which is a multi-disciplinary qualification. The primary function of Professional Supervision is to provide a “forum wherein practitioners can critically engage with their practice, reflect on their actions, review their decisions and learn...[s]upervision, therefore...is a forum for reflection and learning” (Davys & Beddoe, 2010, p 21).
I use the reflective learning model and the strength-based approach in her supervision practice. I am interested in hearing from colleagues and younger practitioners who are interested in discussing this further. Professional supervision is considered part of the Continuing Professional Development by NZLS.