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
Supervision: Making The Hours Count
30 March 2019, Online Webinar
Approaches to Supervision
24 May 2019, South Melbourne TEMPORARY LOCATION!
The Supervisory Relationship
5 September 2019, Frankston, Victoria NEW LOCATION!
Compassion in Supervision
22 November 2019, Frankston, Victoria NEW LOCATION!

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

In this workshop we explore what it means to be reflexive and to engage in reflective practice. We will consider how supervisors can incorporate reflexivity into their own practice and into supervision sessions. We also consider how supervisors can encourage supervisees to become more reflective.

Professional Development Event
Supervision: Making The Hours Count

30 March 2019 Online Interactive Webinar
Workshop Outline

Presented by PACFA Psychotherapy & Counselling Federation of Australia

In order to make the hours count a practitioner needs to find a way to be safely vulnerable... How do the settings of group and individual supervision facilitate that? The more we can be open and honest in supervision the deeper we can reflect and grow as practitioners, the better the client outcomes.

Whether you are a supervisee or also a supervisor, log on and experience how Jo and Cheryl create safety in supervision and how they work differently in individual and group supervision to develop and maintain that safe container. This workshop will be followed by an interactive panel discussion, facilitated by Dr Cathy Bettman.

Register Online for webinar link at: www.portal.pacfa.org.au

Super Vision for Supervisors
Approaches to Supervision

24 May 2019 Melbournestyle Gallery, South 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 Kindred Art Space, Frankston
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. In this workshop we explore the neuroscience of relationships and consider the importance of safety and the impact of attachment styles. We also consider the nature of the relationship and how supervision, whilst not therapy, can be therapeutic.

Kindred Art Space is a stress-free run down Eastlink to Peninsula Link in the opposite direction of traffic, which has made this venue a favourite for participants who have previously attended Gardenvale and Phillip Island. A short walk to either Frankston Station or Kananook Station. Free street parking.

Super Vision for Supervisors
Compassion in Supervision

22 November 2019 Kindred Art Space, Frankston
Workshop Outline & Registration

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

Davidson [2016] suggests that "compassion and self-compassion lie at the very heart of well-being". He also points out that compassion and self-compassion are critical in order to be effective therapists. In this workshop we will consider compassion and self-compassion in supervision, how to avoid empathy burnout and how to have courageous and compassionate conversations.

Kindred Art Space is a stress-free run down Eastlink to Peninsula Link in the opposite direction of traffic, which has made this venue a favourite for participants who have previously attended Gardenvale and Phillip Island. A short walk to either Frankston Station or Kananook Station. Free street parking.