This workshop encourages supervisors to examine their practice of supervision. Specifically, the aim is to raise your awareness of your own practice with supervisees through understanding your priorities and decision-making during supervision. You will utilise both Hawkins & Shohet’s ‘Seven-Eyed Supervision: A Process Model’ and Heron’s ‘Six Categories of Intervention’, within a matrix to help you identify your current approach to supervision. This matrix allows both recognition of your patterns of intervention used and potential areas of growth as a supervisor. This workshop also provides a space for you to appraise your engagement and relationship to your supervisees and to further tailor your interventions with consideration of your supervisees abilities and level of confidence as a practitioner. By applying these models and processes you will have the opportunity to enhance your awareness of your supervisory practice and target the most suitable interventions for your supervisees aiding their development and awareness as a practitioner.
|Handout 1 : Presenter slides (0.84 MB)||Available after Purchase|
|Handout 2 - Matrix (0.01 MB)||Available after Purchase|
Dr Elizabeth Anne Riley, (PhD MACouns BSc) is a Sydney-based counsellor and supervisor with a PhD titled: “The Needs of Gender-Variant Children and Their Parents.” Having worked with the trans community for over 20 years, Dr Riley provides gender specific support and counselling to parents of trans children, youth and adults, clinical supervision to practitioners, academic PhD & Masters supervision for student trans research, professional development to schools, clinicians and other service providers. Dr Riley has 18 publications, including 4 book chapters. She was a founding member of the Australian Professional Association for Transgender Health (AusPATH), is a Professional Clinical member and Certified Provider of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) and a media spokesperson on behalf of the transgender community. She is also an accredited clinical supervisor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and with the Australian Association of Supervisors (AAOS).
This seminar has been designed to extend the clinical knowledge and applied skill of Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Coaches, Psychologists, Social Workers, Mental Health Nurses and Psychiatrists.
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