This course is aimed at...
Supervisors setting up in practice – develop the skillset to achieve your supervision goals
Current supervisors - enhance your learning
Experienced supervisors - refresh your skills and knowledge
Applicants must be qualified practitioners in a helping profession; for example, psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists, educators, healthcare or social workers.
Explore approaches to supervision
Discuss the theory and concepts for supervision, specifically focussing on Hawkins & Shoet (2012) 7-eyed model
Consider ethics and how they fit with your style of supervision
Learn how to grow your supervision practice
A practical hands-on course with a good mix of theory & practice
Delivered using the Zoom platform
The morning of each day will include teaching of theory and concepts followed by practice sessions in smaller groups in the afternoon
Reflection on learning is a key component of this course and is included throughout the day
Day 1: Thursday 15 October 2020
Day 2: Thursday 29 October 2020
Day 3: Wednesday 11 November 2020
Day 4: Thursday 26 November 2020
Day 5: Thursday 10 December 2020
10am – 4pm each day, with regular breaks, including an hour for lunch
Day 1 - Focus on the Client
Learn how focussing on the client, and how they present in session, can be an effective way of encouraging supervisees to experience the therapeutic relationship from the perspective of the client.
Day 2 - Focus on Interventions
Discuss examples of interventions supervisees use with clients and alternative choices to consider.
Day 3 - Focus on the Client-Therapist Relationship
Gain perspective on the therapeutic relationship and consider the needs and expectations of both client and therapist and how that impacts on the support offered.
Day 4 - Focus on the Therapeutic Process
Reflect on your own process when supporting others. Awareness of your process can offer invaluable insight and provides an opportunity to learn much about the client, your supervisee and you.
Day 5 - Focus on Therapist-Supervisor Relationship
Consider the impact of parallel process between the client and therapist and the effect this can have on the supervisee/supervisor relationship. Discuss the wider context in which a supervisee works, i.e. their organisational culture and how this may influence their supporting style.
“Christine’s gentle approach when facilitating our group has enabled me to find new ways of working with my clients I would not otherwise have considered. I really enjoy group supervision because it gives me access to a community of therapists I would not necessarily have met otherwise.”
“Thanks Christine - I really enjoyed the webinar session on Grief and Loss this afternoon. Loved your delivery style and the examples used which I will reflect on, particularly those around culture and customs. You made a difference to me today, which will hopefully translate into me making a difference to my staff, who will in turn have a positive impact on the young people we support.”
“Thank you so much for today - that was a brilliant online training session. I was really impressed with the way you were able to engage participants and the quality of the training resources etc.”