In the first part of my graduation thesis, I present the supervisory method, its characteristics and goals, define the types of supervision and clarify who the supervisor and the supervisee are. The main purpose of the first part is to outline supervision as a method so that everyone can understand what the graduation thesis is written about. The theoretical part is written in a tentative way, starting with the basics on which the knowledge about supervision is being built, and it ends with the main theme of the graduation thesis - personal and professional development, to which I dedicate more precisely as it happens through the supervision process.
In the second part of my graduation thesis, I describe the research I carried out with the help of supervisory evaluation reports, which were shared with me by some supervisors who decided to cooperate with me in the research. Using the research, I was able to determine how the supervisors assess the contribution of supervision to their development, whether the effect of supervision on human beings is only positive, whether supervision serves the development in the personal and professional field, whether supervision helps to improve relationships between employees, or serves as a tool for relieving and learn through it to work with stress. I devoted myself to researching supervisees' responses to supervision through their words, descriptions and experiences, because from this kind of information, we can see the most vividly whether supervision has a sense directly for supervisees, as we mainly read the indirect research information. In the final part of the assignment, I define the conclusions that follows my research, and the proposals define my opinions on what I think would be sensible to do in the future, for supervision to develop and expand in the field of social work and other professions which it could contribute to. The graduation thesis is set up so that one can take it into the hands who has not yet met with supervision and is acquainted with the theoretical part of the supervisory process, its processes and characteristics, the role of the participants and the goals of supervision through the reading of the first part. In the second part, in the practical case, he learns the supervisees' opinion on the supervisory process and his contribution to their lives. The graduation thesis is also written with the idea that it serves as a beginning of a deeper survey of supervision in Slovenia with the aim of discovering how we can further develop it in the pace with the development of society, to discover the real needs of the participants in supervision and to improve the processes and through them learn in which areas we lack knowledge. Literature in the Slovene language is limited and should be refreshed with more recent findings, so I started my thesis as a beginning of a further survey of supervision in Slovenia. In the proposals of graduation thesis I propose the establishment of a supervisory center that would serve as the main body for the development of supervision and a place where people who would have an interest would obtain all the necessary information in order to be able to attend the supervision. One of the main purposes of the center would be the possibility of conducting supervision at the center, which would prevent the constant change of premises, and hence the disturbance of the supervisory process and group dynamics.
My graduation thesis should bring the approach closer to those who have not yet come to know it or are only familiar with it and present all of its positive characteristics and the real value in the opinion of people who were involved in supervision. I also hope that supervision finds its way into other professions that offer help to people.