Please register to access a series of clinical supervision training modules.
Once you have registered, you will receive email confirmation and will then be able to login by clicking the button on the right marked “Login” and entering the email address and password you registered with.
There are three modules, which have been designed to complement the Helen & Douglas House clinical supervision toolkit.
The first module is an introduction to the basic principles of clinical supervision and how to get the best out of it.
The second module contains specific information and exercises for facilitators. It offers learners a chance to reflect on the role of facilitator and consider skills and practice development.
The third module is aimed at managers and organisations wishing to review, refresh or set up clinical supervision for their staff.
If you have any difficulties accessing these clinical supervision e-learning modules, please email email@example.com. We will reply to your email as soon as possible, although it may take a few days.
Recommendations for our clinical supervision toolkit and e-learning modules can be read below:
“Helen and Douglas House have developed a very useful and practical toolkit for improving the clinical supervision you both give and receive – we all need new ideas to keep our Supervision fresh and challenging and this toolkit has something to offer you whether you are new to supervision or doing it for years.”
Professor Peter Hawkins co-author of “Supervision in The Helping Professions” McGraw Hill 4th edition 2012 - the world’s best-selling book on supervision.
"In 1992 my colleagues and I wrote a first textbook on clinical supervision for nurses. The critical but positive debate that followed its publication was huge and continues to this day. Clinical supervision has a vital place in the practice of nurses and indeed of all those who offer care to people and families in need.
I was absolutely delighted to see the publication of this Helen and Douglas House Toolkit and the e module that will accompany it. Importantly, it is written by those in practice and thus by people who understand it so well. It is clear, helpful and imaginative and should be read by clinicians, teachers and organisational managers.
I recommend it wholeheartedly, and hope its concepts and very practical ideas for implementation and evaluation are taken up across the health and social care sector."
Emeritus Professor Tony Butterworth CBE
FMed Sci, FRCN, FQNI, FRCPsych(Hon) Phd, DSc (Hon)