Certificate in supervision
Certificate in supervision - 'developing and enabling the supervisor within'
10 Saturdays - May to October 2020
This is a supervisor training programme aimed at qualified and experienced counsellors/psychotherapists who wish to develop a professional, ethical framework of supervision (NB - the course was previously BACP Endorsed. This scheme is now discontinued).
The course has undergone recent developments to ensure the content and assessments comply with BACP’s supervision curriculum and the supervision of psychological therapies competency framework.
The course will be person-centred in orientation and delivery but will encourage participants to develop an individual supervision style which has a solid base of values and beliefs, taking into account ethical responsibilities and the competency framework.
Aims and learning outcomes
During the course, participants will;
- examine a variety of theoretical models/philosophies of supervision
- develop a good understanding of the ethical roles and responsibilities of a supervisor
- explore a variety of themes relevant to professional practice and their relevance to supervision
- explore values and beliefs in relation to supervision and supervising
- develop an individual framework for their supervision practice, in line with the supervision of psychological therapies competency framework
- develop their practice through co and peer supervision
Qualification in counselling and either eligibility for BACP accreditation (in terms of training and practice hours), or other relevant training and/or practice experience.
For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Sarah Grant-Jones
The course will be facilitated by Sue Mansworth and Sarah Grant-Jones.
Sarah is an accredited counsellor who has been running training courses through Person-Centred Workshops for 15 years.
Sue is an accredited counsellor & supervisor of individuals & groups. Sue has been involved in teaching counselling and supervision for many years.