Resource Center conducts personnel supervision and addresses two areas of work:
To activities that meet individuals or groups who are in need of behavioral change daily. These activities may include, for example, social services, the prosecution service, health care and treatment homes of various kinds.
The guidance provided by Resource Centers has a clinical and / or psychosocial nature, which means that our supervisors have experience in managing clinics working with patients in health care and activities that work with clients in the social services or treatment homes. Tutorial is based on a number of scientific theories within cognitive and behavioral therapy forms, system theory, extension theory and resilience. We consider that supervision is a learning forum where the participant’s reflective ability is stimulated in relation to his patient or client as well as himself. Behavioral training, reflection, roleplaying and conceptual discussion linked to case review, activities or the working group are part of the tutorial.