Supervision & mentoring for Clinicians

Do you want to know you are practicing safely within your scope of practice?

 

With the HCPC, supervision is now compulsory; finding someone you trust and can talk to confidentially about your patient cases, business plans & development, is essential.   

Jen Owner of JL Nutrition Clinic
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Jen's office

Are you a dietitian, nutritionist or therapist working in eating disorders, weight management or bariatric surgery? 

I have over 17 years experience of working in these areas, both in the NHS and in my own successful private practice.  

I have my own supervision with a psychotherapist with over 20 years experience working at the Maudsley, and a consultant dietitian.

Jennifer Low - Meet the team

How does it work?

We meet at a frequency that suits you – the British Dietetic Association recommends a minimum frequency of 4-6 weeks.

You bring any issues to the sessions and leave feeling supported & heard, with new ideas and fresh approaches to use with your patients and in your business.  

The purpose of supervision is to empower, guide, develop, and gently and constrcutively challenge your practice – I like to see it as being able to “see the wood from the trees”.

When we are “in” our thoughts, and responding to our clients and patients (or our business issues), it is hard to zoom out and see the bigger picture.  Having supervision gives a different lens and the global perspective becomes clear. 

I have been fortunate enough to receive mentorship from Jen for the past two years.  Her guidance and rational support has been invaluable.  When it comes to nutritional expertise Jen is highly skilled in her field and it has been an absulte joy to work alongside her and have her peer review my books ReNourish and The Science of Nutrition.  

Rhiannon Lambert

Registered Nutritionist

Jen is a fantastic supervisor, very supportive and knowledgeable in the area of eating disorders (and beyond!).  She made me feel comfortable to bring any clinical cases to our sessions and always gave practical, non-judgemental advice.

Sophie

Registered Dietitian

Want to know you are practicing safely and add to your CPD hours?

How much does it cost?

£100 per session (for one hour)

The cost to NHS Trusts are higher due to the increased administration time – please ask for more details.  

 

Book an appoinment.  With the HCPC having now made supervision compulsory, finding someone you trusy and can talk to confidentially about your patient cases or business planning, is essential.