Certificate in clinical supervision - COSCA full validation
About this course
The course aims to provide participants with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to deliver clinical supervision within various models of supervision, and within these, from a variety of trans-theoretical approaches.
The course will also address the complexities related to delivering clinical supervision within an organisational context.
Lastly, tailoring the supervision provided to supervisees’ stages of development will also be extensively addressed.
Who will deliver the course?
The course will be delivered by experienced tutors of differing modalities to reflect the transtheoretical nature of the learning. Tutors are experienced and qualified supervisors who will be generous in sharing their own supervisory experiences in order to bring the learning to life. The group experience, as well as the learning, is important to ACT, and tutors are also experienced group facilitators and diploma Level facilitators.
The course will be delivered by Ashlie McVey and Rachel Mcilree. All course tutors are accredited psychotherapists and COSCA accredited trainers.
Who is the course for?
This course should appeal to any qualified or accredited counsellors or psychotherapists (must be two-year post qualified) considering beginning the provision of clinical supervision or indeed enhancing existing supervisory practice.