All staff in safeguarding positions including DSLs, can be impacted by the role of overseeing safeguarding concerns for children, families, and staff. This includes the management of a safeguarding culture, which can sometimes be highly pressurized. It can be helpful to have a space external to the organization where staff can discuss cases, the impact and the effect the role can have on them. There is growing support for reflective supervision to support the health and wellbeing of staff. It adds to a supportive culture and can help staff feel held.

As a qualified Social Worker Cleo

has a breadth of experience to provide advice and guidance on cases, but also explore how this impacts the individual and their practice. The act of providing reflective supervision for your staff can support emotional wellbeing and strengthen practice.

What does reflective supervision include?

Reflective supervision is important for anyone that manages safeguarding concerns. By engaging in reflective supervision with Cleo, she can provide a safe thinking space to:

What are the benefits of reflective supervision?

By engaging in reflective supervision with Cleo, you will have a confidential place to share your thoughts, feelings and practice. It will also:

Cleo can provide reflective supervision to individuals and, or in groups. Cleo is happy to have an initial 30-minute consultant to discuss your needs to ensure what is offered is bespoke. Cleo’s happy to have a discussion around purchasing a package to support a cluster of staff, or DSLs.¬†

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