I am registered supervisor with UKCP and provide the following different types of supervision.
Individual Supervision gives therapists a space to discuss issues emerging within their practise. It can help clarify issues around transference/counter-transference. It can also provide clinical guidance and support.
Group supervision helps to build confidence of newly qualified therapists and encourages experienced practitioners to share their insights.
In-house supervision entails attending places of work, outside of office hours to encourage staff such as support workers and clinicians to make best use of supervision and increase regular supervision attendance. This helps to promote safe practise for therapists which can help with staff well-being.