Supervision for the delivery of Mental Health Psychosocial Support in Emergency Humanitarian Settings

Supervision is an essential component of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) programming. Harm can come to not only beneficiaries, or recipients of MHPSS, but also to staff and volunteers working in emergency settings as a result of unsustainable, poorly structured and/or inadequate MHPSS supervision. Despite its noted importance, there is currently no general guidance on MHPSS supervision in emergency humanitarian settings.

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