Clinical Supervision Survey
Thank you for participating in this important survey of clinical supervision practices of Federation Agency members. The information garnered from this survey will be used to understand clinical supervision practices of Federation members and inform decision making for future training, network, and education opportunities.
Responses will be kept confidential and only generalized results will be shared. No released results will identify your agency. If you have any questions concerning the survey, please contact Chris Burt or Gordon Cote through the Federation office.
Depending on who is completing the survey, the survey may take as few as 5 minutes and as long as 15 minutes. To encourage a high return rate, names will be entered for a prize draw select BC Wines.
Deadline for entry and completion of the survey is July 31st, 2019. Please circulate the survey link to as many supervisor’s/managers as appropriated within your organization.
This information will only be used for the evaluation team to track responses if multiple people from one organization respond to this survey.
This information will only be used for the evaluation team to track responses if multiple people from one organization respond to this survey. (It will also allow you to be entered into the BC Wines raffle as a thank you for participating.)
1. Please select the region you are from...
2. How many direct service FTEs does your organization employ?
Less than 50
50 to 100
More than 100
3. Please select who funds your programs and services...
Delegated Aboriginal Agency
4. Are you a...
5. Where do you budget clinical supervision?
The service area
As a specified line item for clinical supervision
Organization Supervision Overview
Please consider the following two styles of supervision when answering Question 6.
STYLE A - CLINICAL
Ongoing formatted supervision with a specific supervisor that is characterized by...
· Focus on case formulation and clinical model adherence
· Process that supports self-awareness and emotional impact on worker
· Monitor quality of service and enhances professional competence
· May include gatekeeping for entry to the profession and protects the public
· Supervisor has specific expertise in interventions being monitored (has received training and done the work before)
· Process is primarily informed by professional standards of intervention style or service area
STYLE B - COMPETENCY-BASED/PRACTICE
Periodic supervision with a manager that is characterized by
· Focus on resource management
· Process that supports tracking service goals and ensuring the administrative file is complete
· Support HR learning goals
· Process contributes to periodic evaluation of employee
· Supervisor is the manager of the employee and responsible for administrative oversight (has not necessarily done the work before)
· Process is primarily informed by accreditation standards or other policy guidelines
6. Does your organization distinguish between clinical and administrative supervision (Style A or Style B)? If yes, are these done by the same person?
7. Do you use specific models of supervision? If so how would you describe them?
8. What training or supports does your organization provide your supervisors?
9. What are your organizational supervision needs? Gaps?
Sector Supervision Questions
10. Do you feel the sector should support the standardization of Clinical Supervision Guidelines?
11. If yes, what should the guidelines include?
12. What learning institutions do you identify as providing appropriate Clinical Supervision Training?
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