Creating transformative relationships in supervision
Have you noticed that there never seems to be any CPD out there aimed specifically at supervisors? We are both supervisors and would love to have something designed for that element of our practice and so decided to create our own!
In this new workshop, we will be offering a space for supervisors to think and reflect on their relationships with supervisees and the process of supervision.
This will be an experiential course but based on well understood and researched theories of supervision. We'll utilise theories of integrative and person-centred supervision as well as other models such as Appreciative Inquiry and the 7-Eyed Model of Supervision devised by Robin Shohet and Peter Hawkins.
We will offer:
- Time and space to think, reflect and simply be present.
- Activities to promote reflection, to bring about insights and to explore with like-minded others the therapeutic and supervisory relationship.
- Space for sharing. At a time when we’ve had limited interaction with others, this workshop will create opportunities for us all to be heard and discover our own understanding of where we are.
Maximum of 12 delegates.
We are hoping to be able to run this CPD as a face-to-face event*. However, if you would have been interested in joining this event but only by Zoom, please do let us know to register your interest as we may run an additional Zoom event if there is enough uptake.
To book your place, please visit our website.
Payment can be made by BACS, debit or credit cards. For any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*All legal limits on social contact are expected to be removed from 21/06/21. If for any reason that does not happen, the event will still go ahead by Zoom.
Hosted by Lynsey Lowe
Lynsey Lowe is a BACP accredited therapist with extensive experience of working with survivors of childhood abuse. Sally French was a sexual offences specialist lawyer who worked for the CPS for 25 years. She is now a UKCP accredited therapist. Lynsey and Sally both enjoy training and working together to aid survivors and therapists.