SUPERVIDERE (Latin: to oversee, inspect). BECOME A BRILLIANT ‘SUPERVIDERER’ ON THIS ONE- DAY SUPERVISION WORKSHOP Led by Ari Badaines, PhD, Clinical Psychologist
Many mental health professionals become supervisors without any formal preparation for the role and they either use as a model the supervision they received, or develop their own model. This workshop combines some theoretical material including Hawkins' and Shohet’s model of supervision with very practical information regarding the tasks of the supervisor, what are the attributes and skills of effective supervisors as well as some of the pitfalls and risks that supervisors can fall into.
The workshop will also provide attendees very concrete guidance as to what to focus on during a supervision session, useful questions to guide the supervisee; it also provides detailed suggestions on establishing reflective practice skills (an analysis of a session that gives information to the supervisee that enhances the decision-making process and enables them to have a clearer understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses) as well as identifying transference and counter-transference issues. The latter part of the day attends to examination of transference, counter-transference and parallel process (what is happening in the therapy is similarly happening in supervision) issues that can be utilised to enhance therapeutic outcomes.
The workshop is primarily practical in nature to the extent that participants will have ample opportunity to practice the material in dyads and triads to complement and ‘ground’ the material presented. Ari will also demonstrate the material in constructed role plays. Specific exercises will be provided to those attending on-line, although for maximum learning, it is suggested that on-line attendees have another counsellor/therapist present if possible.
Ari Badaines, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist who trained in the United States. In 1980 he obtained a post-doctoral fellowship with the National Institute of Mental Health in Washington, DC where he studied Group Therapy, Family and Couple Therapy. Later, he undertook further training at the Institute for Family Therapy in London. Ari has been a consultant to numerous organisations including Relate in the UK, Richmond Fellowship and Youth-in-Search in Australia. He has taught at various universities in the USA, UK, and Australia. He was twice a keynote speaker for the annual conference of Marriage Guidance Counsellors (now Relationships) in the UK. In 2015, Ari led a two-day workshop for the Psychological Society of Ireland on ‘Action Techniques with Individuals and Couples’ which was so positively received that he has been invited back each year since to present on couples and family therapy. He is renowned as an engaging and popular presenter for PDP and for several European organisations. He has been in private practice for over 45 years, and has led workshops in over twenty countries on group therapy, couple and family therapy, and a variety of trainings on individual therapy including Gestalt therapy, Psychodrama, Solution-focused brief therapy, and Action-Methods.
$15 to purchase hot lunch of the day with a drink (or bring your own)
$29 to purchase and keep the recording of this event.
Live Interactive Webcast registration
Fees: $199 Primary viewer (includes three month's access recording of the event.
$99 Additional viewer (must watch on same device as primary viewer)
$29 Purchase lifetime access to the recording (available to primary viewer only)
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COVID-19 AND YOUR SAFETY
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This venue offers wheelchair access from the Brown Street entrance.
4 minute walk from Chatswood train/metro/bus interchange
Links to reasonable early-bird parking close to the venue:
All day tea, coffee and chilled water are provided.
If you have not ordered lunch iwht your registration, we have a fridge and two microwave ovens should you wish to bring your own food.
The venue has a cafe on the ground floor and is surrounded by cafes and restaurants including an extensive foodhall above the Chatswood Interchange.
Learning Objectives: In a few words: Become a Super Supervidere
Morning Session (includes a short morning tea break)
Tasks, Attributes, and Skills Of Supervisors
Introduction to Hawkins' and Shohet’s Model of Supervision and Intervention Strategies.
Application via Demonstrations and practice sessions.
Afternoon Session (includes a short afternoon tea break)
9:00am - 12:45pm
Includes a 15 minutes break at 10:45am
12:45pm - 1:45pm
1:45pm - 5:00pm
Includes a 15 minutes break at 3:15pm
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