Cases from work practice are presented within a group. Following a structured flow, the group develops its own consultation process and scope of actions. This extends the range of solutions substantially and strengthens the ability of group members to cope with difficult situations.
The focus is on specific cases from everyday work life that are discussed in a peer group according to a rule-guided flow. Everyone can consult each other. The group is self-organised – without external expertise. Peer group supervision can also be done live online as video meeting.
Our in-house and online introductory and in-depth courses support participants to acquire and foster effective skills for peer group supervision based on the target group’s knowledge and interests.
We know the crucial factors for effective peer group supervision very well. We would love to help you to successfully implement and promote peer group supervision within your organisation.
The results of a study recently conducted in Turkey suggest that participation in live online peer group supervision may contribute to reducing burn-out among school counsellors. READ MORE
In an article published in PTT, Dr. Andreas Schindler and Dr. Kim-Oliver Tietze investigate whether the consultation teams of Dialectical Behavioural Therapy (DBT) correspond to PGS. READ MORE
Two reports from Germany and Australia focus on effects of PGS in the field of nursing. Peer group supervision provides a secure framework for reflecting on professional situations. READ MORE