Certificate in clinical supervision
The course is part-time and consists of six modules delivered at weekends over a five month period. The first five modules are non-residential; the final module is a residential weekend. Non-residential days are held at the TCS Centre in Coatbridge, the residential weekend is held at the Conforti Institute in Coatbridge. The programme begins in February and finishes at the end of June 2019.
The course is designed to provide counsellors, psychotherapists and other professionals working within the helping professions with the opportunity to develop their knowledge, skills, self-awareness and professional competence to become effective reflective supervision practitioners. The programme is founded on person-centred principles which offer a collaborative, relational approach to supervision and supervisory practice and are designed to support the development of practitioners from different theoretical orientations and modalities.
Module one: Saturday Feb 23rd, Sunday Feb 24th: The nature and purpose of supervision, different models of supervision.
Module two: Saturday March 23, Sunday March 24th: The supervisory relationship: dynamics and processes.
Module three: April – flexible, dates to be agreed with participants: Collaborative practice: individual and group supervision.
Module four: Saturday May 4th, Sunday May 5th: Supervision in different contexts and settings, ethical responsibility and professional accountability.
Module five: Saturday June 4th, Sunday June 5th: Differences and commonalities in approaches to supervision: Person-centred, psychodynamic, CBT and creative approaches.
Module six: Saturday June 29th, Sunday June 30th (Residential): Reflective practice and assessment of competence.
The programme is designed and delivered by Persona. Persona is part of the TCS Group and specialises in providing training in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy and Psychological Wellbeing offering courses at Post-Graduate Diploma and MSc level which are accredited by BACP and academically validated by the University of Aberdeen.