Freelance Clinical Supervisors (Female Applicants Only), Women and Girls Network


London, UK


Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Applications for this role will take you to the employer's site.


£50 per hour


Flexible, Home Based




Not Stated

Job Description

Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a specialist service leading in developing and delivering innovative and effective services for women and girls who have experienced all forms of violence against women and girls (VAWG). 

We seek freelance Clinical Supervisors to join our team, who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment. We are particularly keen to hear from applicants who have experience of working with one or more of the following:

  • Women and girls from Black, Minority, and Global Majority communities - ensuring that issues related to diversity and identity are effectively integrated to practice.

  • Delivering clinical supervision to mutli-disciplinary teams.

Applicants must be BACP, UKCP or HCPC or BPS accredited.

WGN’s team of freelance Clinical supervisors provide clinical supervision to individuals and groups for multidisciplinary teams across (WGN). WGN’s clinical supervision integrates innovative, trauma-informed and culturally responsive approaches for our team members working directly and indirectly with survivors of violence against women and girls (VAWG). The role of the clinical supervisor is to assist in the development of reflexive practice, to support team members to maximise the effectiveness of their interventions and support, to monitor and safeguard the interests of the survivors we work with in accordance with WGN’s policies and our ethical standards of practices. As well as to encourage and promote selfcare and build professional resilience.


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Role and Responsibilities

  1. To provide individual and group supervision for WGN’s multidisciplinary teams. 

  2. To work within WGN’s specialist ‘Holistic Empowerment Recovery Model’, delivering Clinical Supervision that is trauma informed, a strength based approach, underpinned by notions of intersectionality and principles of social justice. 

  3. To ensure responses to safeguarding concerns are in line with WGNs policies and procedures.

  4. To work from a gendered perspective and analysis to understand the root causes of VAWG, integrating an intersectional and holistic framework and offer a space for reflection and opportunities, which elicit empowerment, personal growth and build professional resilience. 

  5. To contribute to and develop a culture that values and respects diversity, learning, improvement; striving for high quality and best practice. 

  6. To maintain the highest possible professional standards in the provision of supervision and to act in accordance with the BACP Ethical Framework and WGNs ethos and values. 

  7. To attend clinical supervision once a month. 

  8. To inform WGN’s probation and performance management processes or in the case of Honorary Counsellors to contribute to feedback required by training institutions. 

  9. To maintain a record of attendance at supervision in accordance with WGN’s data collection systems. 

  10. Actively contribute to the values, principles and ethos of WGN and models of best practice for working within intersectional feminist protocols and principles.