Individual and group supervision

The aim of supervision is to provide an objective overview of the dynamics existing in the psychotherapeutic relationship between the therapist and the client. Following the ethical standards and practices of the dramatherapist, it encourages both his professional and personal development. The supervisor protects the safety and well-being of the client and works to help the therapist understand his personal strengths as well as his possible limitations. He guides him to recognize his own counter-transferences and projective identifications, work with them and use them for the benefit of a better and in-depth understanding of his client. Also, this process helps the therapist to prevent work burnout by providing a supportive framework.  

A good supervisioning relationship aims to serve the client, as the binary relationship between therapist and client is considered within the triadic framework of therapist-supervisor-client.