Intervision is a structured form of reflection, peer advice and problem solving. The working method is aimed at discussing and analysing current personal work challenges within a group of colleagues of an equivalent working level, reflecting on oneself, and advising each other about possible solutions. In a structured manner, one learns from and with each other through real live cases. In this way, the self-guiding capability in problem-solving is increased. Intervision strengthens the reflective capability and promotes clear communication (speaking, listening, opening up, being receptive). A pressure cooker in which “learning to learn” is the point.