Thiscourseisbasedonarelationalapproachtosupervisionandsupervisorypractice related to the broad landscape that supervision currently engages with. The course will provide the opportunity for individuals to develop their own individual style of practicing as a supervisor. The course will provide the opportunity to consider many of the challenges that emerge in practice within current supervision practice.
This course is suitable for qualified counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, consultants’ social workers, probation officers’ mental health workers, and others in the helping professions.
The course is aimed for practitioners in all different fields of work and with different theoretical approaches to counselling, psychotherapy and other forms of clinical practice. It aims to bring together helping professionals of different orientations so that they can dialogue about both their commonalities and differences in the theory and practice of supervision.