Supervision Through Your Career

Course Access: 1 Year

Join us to find out what it means to be a clinical supervisor and learn from the experience of three Approved Clinical Supervisors

Clinical Supervision doesn’t stop after graduation.

In fact, many practitioners who engage in supervision find that it truly helps deepen their work with clients. Supervision gives practitioners the confidence they need to practice in their unique ways, especially when it comes to navigating complex decision-making.

So what is Supervision?

  • Clinical supervision is a crucial component for counsellors and psychotherapists during their education.
  • It is an essential practice throughout your career that helps to anchor your clinical work in best practices and serves to build new skills. It also helps improve your ability to be harmonious as a therapist to your clients.
  • Clinical supervision is also a specialty practice area with core philosophies, knowledge, and skills.

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This Lunch and Learn will cover topics around

  • The importance of clinical supervision and how it will support your practice
  • The supervisory role & supervisee relationship
  • A look at when counsellors should be engaging clinical supervisors
  • The pathway to becoming a BCACC Approved Clinical Supervisor.


About our Panelists

Ruth Unaegbu

Ruth Unaegbu is a Registered Clinical Counsellor and Approved Clinical Supervisor located in British Columbia. She offers private counselling and supervision services locally and extends her coaching services globally. Her primary mission is to support people by undoing aloneness, providing a safe space for healing, and transformation.

Ruth’s specialization focuses on People of the Global Majority, especially Black women, first-generation, and immigrant Canadians. Additionally, she caters to creative professionals and high-performing athletes, addressing performance challenges and expansion. Ruth’s expertise also encompasses assisting parents, caregivers, and those part of the adoption triad, specifically transracial adoption.

Nelson Szeto

Nelson is a Registered Clinical Counsellor working in private practice and in a government mental health program, where he has been providing clinical counselling supervision to graduate students since 2015. His primary goal in supervision in addition to basic skills development and ethical practice, is to help supervisees build skills that help them show up in therapy in an emotionally connected and self- and co-regulated manner, as well as being grounded, authentic, and co-existing in an encouraging spirit for their clients. He enjoys providing supervision in honor of his practicum supervisor, Lorraine Short, who instrumentally built and guided his way of showing up for clients in a non-verbally empathic and relational way.

Jane Beaumont

Jane has over 20 years of experience working in the field and specializes in eating disorders, working with caregivers, trauma, and neurodiverse clients.

Jane’s focus in supervision is on the relationships and the process. Working with supervisees who are new to the profession, or who have years of experience, the goal in supervision is to process what you notice happening, and allow this process to inform your next sessions. Utilising various models of supervision Jane works with supervisees to support their growth towards their professional goals, deepen their skills and ability to be truly present with their clients.