Clinical Supervision Training
Presented by The Bouverie Centre, this blended format course supports practitioners and anyone in the helping professions already providing or soon to be providing clinical supervision. Learn a range of techniques to give and elicit feedback in supervision.
- Wednesday 11 May 2022 until Wednesday 22 June 2022 (Add to calendar)
- The Bouverie Centre
- Presented by:
- The Bouverie Centre
- Type of Event:
- Seminar/Workshop/Training; Public
- $1390 (GST incl)
Quality supervision is consistently identified as a practice that directly benefits workers, agencies and clients. Effective supervision increases job satisfaction and morale, ensures clients are receiving optimal care through better communication and collaboration, enables reflection and learning, and builds a culture of best practice and innovation.
It comprises a mixture of theory and practice relating to supervision and covers a range of topics, including the history of supervision, supervision models, contracting, feedback, legal and ethical issues, diversity, and action methods.
Reference is made to the difference between line-management and clinical supervision, though the training emphasis is on clinical supervision. Group supervision is not covered as a specific area in this course, though the frameworks shared will be relevant.
Suitable forPractitioners already providing clinical supervision, psychologists, social workers, family therapists, counsellors, and anyone in the helping professions who is currently or soon to be providing clinical supervision, and who have the capacity to practice supervision for the duration of the course.
Course benefitsOn completion of this course, you will be able to:
- describe a range of supervision methods, and models, and begin to identify their own supervision practice model
- identify the roles and tasks within supervision, and factors which enhance the process, and ensure professionalism
- apply a range of techniques for giving and eliciting feedback in supervision
- identify and respond to issues such as culture, power, class, age and gender in supervision
- consider the organisational context of supervision
- apply a range of skills relating to 'use of self' within supervision
- describe compassion fatigue and satisfaction, and develop a self-care plan
What you can expect
- Subject matter experts exploring theoretical and practical frameworks
- In general, the first half of each live streaming/in-person training day covers theory and research, and the afternoon involves practice exercises in small groups
- Pre-reading as well as live supervision exercises are recommended to be carried out between each of the live stream/ in-person sessions.
- A course workbook packed with rich content and space to note your reflections
- Presenters ensure the workshop material is relevant to you and to your specific work context
- Demonstrations and activities to keep the days interactive and engaging
- A collection of relevant readings and resources
May - June (Blended format: Self-paced learning plus live stream sessions):
2 x 5 hour online self-paced learning plus11 May, 25 May, 15 June, 22 June
Aug - Oct (Blended format: Self-paced learning plus live stream sessions):
2 x 5 hour online self-paced learning plus11 Aug, 25 Aug, 15 Sept, 6 Oct
Oct - Nov (Blended format: Self-paced learning plus in-person sessions):
2 x 5 hour online self-paced learning plus 10 Oct, 24 Oct, 21 Nov, 28 Nov
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