In the English language, in particular, the most frequent connotation of the word supervision is probably that of a boss or chief, i.e. someone higher in rank who an employee reports to. The word supervision is a compound of two Latin words: the preposition super, which means ‘over’ or ‘above’ betekent, and vision, meaning ‘glance’ or ‘sight’. In other words, the compound literally means ‘over – ‘seeing’. What supervision is about here and at the Ki-Anne practice has nothing to do with the relation employer-employee.