Case supervision is important as it provides advice and oversight to cases, brings new ideas and a fresh perspective and also checks that your practice is safe.
Case supervision is designed to give you support in your role as a restorative practitioner. It can take a number of forms, including one to one supervision (either face to face or virtually), as a group of practitioners within one organisation or team, or through a practitioner network forum.
Further information and case supervision guidance can be found in the RJC Practitioners Handbook.
All practitioners must provide details of their case supervision arrangements to be listed on the RJC's Practitioner Register.