Level D Recommendations for Becoming IPT Supervisor Trainer

• To have achieved a level A, B and continue level C.

• To have a minimum of 10 supervised cases, preferably with two cases in each focal area.

• This supervision may be an individual or group, and includes the two or three cases in level B.

• Supervisors would be required to be a member of a network of supervisors. It is proposed that regional groups be established and meet at least twice a year.

• Supervisors must attend an introductory supervisor's workshop before providing supervision. It is proposed that existing supervisors will run such workshops twice yearly.

• Attendance at conferences/courses is recommended as in Level C.

• Supervisors should be prepared to keep their IPT clinical and supervisory skills active by supervising at least two trainings per year and keeping Level C activity for clinical work.

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