Diploma in relationship based supervision in Hove - January to December 2017
Have you considered becoming a supervisor? Are you an existing supervisor and wish to underpin your work with a robust supervision training? If so this course could be for you!
The course is suitable for experienced therapists who feel ready to formalise their supervision skills and gain a qualification. The course is designed to offer participants from differing approaches the experience of supervising within their own approach and also the challenge of supervising those from a different approach. The course is experiential in nature but with clear reference to theory.
The course has also been designed to provide a set of assignments which run parallel to the BACP requirements for senior accreditation as a supervisor. Unfortunately at this time the BACP does not accredit any supervision courses.
- models and responsibilities
- ethics and professionalism
- power v. potency
- the relationship
- supervision intervention
- group supervision
- difference and minority
- challenging in supervision
- and endings.
Dates and times
It will commence in January 2017, and will run from 9.30am to 2pm on a fortnightly basis, excluding August.
- 6th and 20th January
- 3rd and 17th February
- 3rd and 17th March
- 7th and 21st April
- 5th and 19th May
- 2nd and 16th June
- 7th and 21st July
- 1st and 15th September
- 6th and 20th October
- 3rd and 17th November
- 1st and 15th December.
The total cost of the course will be £1900.
There is an early-bird discount of £50 if you book six weeks before the start of your course.
Your place will be secured with a non-refundable deposit of £300.00 and you may choose to pay the remainder in full at the start of the course, or pay equal instalments by monthly standing order. Full details upon enrolment. N.B. Once the course has started the full fee is payable regardless of attendance.
Cheques should be crossed and made payable to ‘Ibis Consultancy’.
In addition to the non-refundable deposit you will also be required to either submit a short outline detailing why supervision is important and why you feel ready to undertake this professional responsibility; or you will be asked to undertake a telephone interview with one of the course tutors.
You will be required to have attained a professional qualification and be suitably post qualified, (according to your professional body), to enable you to provide supervision to your chosen profession.
There is also an expectation that you will be able to undertake supervision practice with two supervisees external to the course; this is important for your practice hours, but also in terms of your taped assessment at the end of the course.
This course is written and set up to provide participants with enough practice hours and appropriate written assignments to enable them to apply for BACP accreditation at the end of the course.
If you need any further information you can contact me at the address/telephone number below.
Rain Hawkriver (Lead) Claire Pooley (Snr Associate) Sally-Ann Soulsby (Assoc)
MBACP(Snr. Accred.) MBACP(Snr. Accred.) MBACP (Accred.)
01634 272798 07595 465948 01323 412834
Ibis Consultancy, Holly Lodge, Chapel Road, Grain, Rochester, Kent, ME3 ODT
About the host
Rain Hawkriver is a UKRC registered counsellor, psychotherapist and senior accredited supervisor (BACP.) She is the founder and lead trainer of Ibis Consultancy
Claire Pooley is a humanistic counsellor and senior accredited supervisor.
Sally-Ann Soulsby is a senior accredited psychotherapist and supervisor. All 3 have over 20 years experience.