Super Vision for Supervisors

What is Supervision?

Supervision is: A formal arrangement for counsellors to discuss their work regularly with someone who is experienced in counselling and supervision.

Jo Ablett and Cheryl Taylor's transformational supervision workshops are grounded in neuroscience and underpinned by person centred principles and compassion. Transformational supervision prizes the relationship and the individual's innate healing capacity and growth potential.

The inclusion of expressive/creative modalities and somatic focus in transformational supervision facilitates learning and provides a means for exploring unconscious elements in the supervisory/therapeutic relationship.


Who is Supervision for?

For counselling and psychotherapy supervisors, team leaders, managers, agencies AND supervisees.

 

Supervision Workshops

Super vision for Supervisors Workshops for 2019 include:

Reflective Practice in Supervision
1 March 2019, Gardenvale, Melbourne
Approaches to Supervision
24 May 2019, Gardenvale, Melbourne
The Supervisory Relationship
5 September 2019, Gardenvale, Melbourne
Compassion in Supervision
22 November 2019, Gardenvale, Melbourne

Super Vision for Supervisors
Reflective Practice in Supervision

1 March 2019 Labyrinth Lane, Melbourne
Workshop Outline & Registration

For team leaders, lecturers, managers and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists and case managers

Reflective practice involves a "purposeful focusing on thoughts, feelings, sensations and behavior in order to make meaning from those fragments of experience". [Voller, 2010, p21].

Super Vision for Supervisors
Approaches to Supervision

24 May 2019 Labyrinth Lane, Melbourne
Workshop Outline & Registration

For team leaders, lecturers, managers and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists and case managers

Exploring a number of supervision models, this workshop enables supervisors to broaden their repertoire of skills whilst identifying and embracing their own personal style.

Super Vision for Supervisors
The Supervisory Relationship

5 September 2019 Labyrinth Lane, Melbourne
Workshop Outline & Registration

For team leaders, lecturers, managers and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists and case managers

A healthy supervisory relationship is central to the effectiveness of supervision. The relationship requires the solid foundation of compatibility between supervisee and supervisor followed by ongoing and careful attention to evolving and strengthening the relationship.

Super Vision for Supervisors
Compassion in Supervision

22 November 2019 Labyrinth Lane, Melbourne
Workshop Outline & Registration

For team leaders, lecturers, managers and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists and case managers

"Compassion and self-compassion lie at the very heart of well-being. For those in the helping professions, and for psychotherapists in particular, the expression of compassion and self-compassion is likely a critical constituent of being an effective therapist". [Davidson 2016, cited in Desmond.]