(a) Gain familiarity with the major models of supervision;
(b) Develop a personal model of supervision;
(c) Understand the co‑evolving dynamics of therapist‑client and supervisor‑therapist‑client relationships;
(d) Explore distinctive issues that arise in supervision;
(e) Address the contextual variables in practice such as culture, gender, ethnicity, power and economics;
(f) Become familiar with the ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision; and
(g) Understand the role of evaluation in supervision.