For the qualification of the supervisor see the “One-year practice under supervision” menu


The supervisor is a psychologist who has at least 2 years of full-time professional experience (or equivalent) as an independent practitioner in the role of a psychologist in the field of practice in which the supervision will take place.

Supervisors will be experienced psychologists who have the time, commitment, and competence to perform this task and serve as supervisors. Supervision involves a regular meeting between the Learner and the Supervisor; this should happen at least every two weeks and an average of two hours of meeting time.

Supervisors will need to develop skills that include the following:

  • positive and active listening,
  • openness and positive regard
  • reflective practice,
  • giving feedback,
  • dealing with difficult issues and feelings,
  • boundary issues and issues of power relations,
  • sharing ethical dilemmas,
  • mentoring,
  • evaluation of competence,
  • assessment of performance.

For the Register of Supervisors, each supervisor provides: a photo, email, place of supervised practice, declaration that he agrees to make this data public.

Section “Crisis Intervention” Supervisors
Section “Psychology of Development and Education” Supervisors
Section “Criminal and Legal Psychology” Supervisors
Section “Sports Psychology” Supervisors
Section “Psychosomatics and Psychoanalytic Psychology” Supervisors
Section “Occupational and Organizational Psychology” Supervisors
Section “Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy” Supervisors