Involves a highly experienced and skilled supervisor engaging with all parties in a therapeutic manner.  The nature and engagement varies and is influenced by the circumstances leading up to the provision of service.  Therapeutic supervisors provide direction and actively guide the parent around appropriate child-friendly responses and behavior.  Therapeutic supervisors are trained in building a bridge between the parent and child and, most importantly, in ensuring the child is emotionally supported throughout the visit. They will directly intervene if a parent says or does something that is not appropriate in some way.  At the conclusion of the visit, the supervisor will provide feedback and about the visit and may suggest changes to subsequent visits and/or details of courses/interventions that a parent and/or child might benefit from.