Group Reflective Practice: Intervision
A creative approach to collective peer support, reflection and problem-solving, 2020
A group of four people discussing and making notes on a large piece of paper
Copyright, 2021, Tate Modern, LBBD and Jimmy Lee

Intervision is a form of group reflective practice that has similarities with group supervision models often seen in local authority social care practice frameworks. Working with Adi Staempfli from the Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies, Goldsmiths University, London, New Town Culture has developed Intervision since 2020, bringing together groups of social care practitioners and artists to mutually support practice. The sessions have been extremely effective for both social care and creative practitioners as a way of understanding challenges in their professional practice through cross-disciplinary and non-hierarchical perspectives.