Clinical supervision is when a licensed mental health professional (the supervisor) provides guidance and feedback to a less experienced clinician (the supervisee). Clinical supervision aims to help the supervisee improve their clinical skills and knowledge. Supervision can occur in individual or group settings, and it can be either face-to-face or online. Clinical supervision is essential to most therapists’ and counselors’ professional development, as it helps them reflect on their practice and learn from their mistakes. Lets discuss about what are the different models of clinical supervision.