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"Clinical Supervision is regular, protected time for facilitated, in-depth reflection on clinical practice." Bond and Holland (1998) p. 12

It brings practitioners and skilled supervisors together to engage in a formal process of professional support and learning. Supervisors can help supervisees to reflect upon their practice in order to enable the supervision process. For more information, see Fowler & Chevannes (1998).

One of the most commonly used clinical supervision frameworks is Proctor's Model, derived from the work of Bridgid Proctor: