Margreth Tews



Supervision – Latin for ‘overview’ – is a special form of advice.

Supervision is mainly used in the medical, social, educational and therapeutic fields. For example, for social workers, social educators, educators, doctors, nurses, psychotherapists, teachers, pastors, etc. and increasingly for executives in the economy.

Supervision is led by a supervisor who has the appropriate qualification or necessary training.

Individuals, groups and organizations learn to review, improve and resolve their professional or voluntary actions in the supervision process. The content is the practical work, the role and relationship dynamics between the employee and the client, and the collaboration of individuals in the team or the organization.

During case meetings, individual solutions to problems will be found together and developed with my support.