the afore-cited ones. Once, an English female had enough ambition to overcome her being declared illegitimate by her father’s parliament and being formally excommunicated by the Pope in 1570 to be crowned as Queen Elizabeth of England and for forty-five years (1558-1603).
to effectively overcome these barriers they first need to be understood. Personal barriers relate to the way in which individuals perceive themselves in relation to the process of clinical supervision and mentorship. They are governed largely by primal emotive factors, such as fear of change, lack of confidence, knowledge, skills or understanding, failure to recognize the need for supervision and reluctance to let go of old routines and work habits. To improve understanding and prevent confusion