Supervision Sessions take the form of a reflective practice group where in a safe environment interpreters can share their thoughts on challenging work they have been involved in. An experienced facilitator will create and offer a free, non-judgmental space to think about our work, share experiences and offer an opportunity for transformative learning.
It is recognised and widely accepted that interpreters working in emotional and traumatic contexts can be left emotionally impacted by the work they do. However, please note that supervision is not a counselling session.
The supervision sessions provided by ACIS are based on the 3R model:
- reflexive; and
ACIS would like to invite interpreters to consider supervision as a commitment to ensure standards, enhance quality of work undertaken and to develop resilience. New group dates are planned for July.