Diploma in supervision
This very popular supervision diploma course is now in its 13th year. We have trained a wide range of therapists across a range of modalities to facilitate professionals in supervisory relationships. This course is for those who want to enhance their practice by adding supervision to their portfolio, and supervising students and qualified professionals both from their own modality and across other modalities.
This course is for those who already have significant experience working as a practitioner within their field and want to further their career and qualify as a supervisor. The course is for participants from different approaches to learn how to supervise both within their own theory and across other theoretical modalities. There will be an opportunity to learn different theoretical ideas about supervision, as well as to practice application with support and feedback from tutors and peers. This course is for those who want to learn and develop within a stimulating environment with peers and tutors who have many years of expertise in working as supervisors and trainers.
A range of topics will be on offer including the supervisory relationship, working ethically, differing models of supervision, philosophy of supervision, responsibility, and others. For those that want to, this course will help to prepare you to apply to BACP accreditation as a supervisor.
- counselling/psychotherapy qualification or other relevant qualification
- minimum of three years post-qualification practice (minimum of 150 hours per year)
- either practising as a supervisor or have the opportunity to supervise at least two supervisees over the duration of the course
- be a member of a professional body, practice in accordance with your COE, and
do not have any outstanding complaints against you
- are committed to their own personal and professional development
- have current professional indemnity insurance
- be in formal supervision of your supervision practice
- forming and beginning of supervision
- developing practitioners
- areas of focus in supervision (7-eyed model)
- supervision checklists (Mazetti’s process model)
- ethics and supervision
- supervision in organisations
- group supervision
- personal supervision style
- creative supervision
- ending and supervision
- supervision case study – 3,000 words
- ongoing assessment of theoretical understanding/application and practice
- live peer/tutor assessment
- taped piece of supervision practice - five minutes - questions by peers and tutors
Course tutor: Mark Head (and visiting tutors)
Recognition: A Link Centre diploma in supervision will be awarded on successful completion of the course.
About Leilani Mitchell
Founded in 2004, the Link Centre offers a range of services and courses for personal and professional development including part-time training courses in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Our training centre is located in the heart of the countryside, in Plumpton, E Sussex. We have a variety of training rooms, extensive parking, and disabled access.