AASW (WA) Masterclass in Supervision for Social Workers
|Date:||14 November 2018|
|Time:||9.00am to 3.00pm|
|Venue:||City West Lotteries House, WA|
|CPD hrs:||AASW Members can claim CPD Hours under Category 2 : 5 hours|
Registrations (limit 40 places)
Student & Retired Members: $150
No Refunds after the 1st of July.
|Organiser:||AASW WA Branch|
AASW WA office email@example.com
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Masterclass in Supervision for Social Workers
The AASW invites you to our workshop a Masterclass in Supervision. This workshop will explore different models of supervision through the experiences of facilitator Iris Barten. Participants will gain knowledge in understanding different models of supervision and how they apply to different settings and explore what is required when supervising more experienced social workers.
Who should attend:
Social workers looking to engage in supervision with experienced social workers and Mental Health Social workers.
Goals for the course:
- Learn new ideas surrounding supervision.
- Explore wether you are consulting or providing supervision.
- How to better prepare for difficult conversations in supervision.
- Look at different approaches to supervision using Alison Davys, Liz Beddoe, Margaret Morrell, Toni Morrison and Daphne Hewson as authors of supervision styles.
Learning outcomes for participants:
- Understand different models in supervision and how this applies in your setting.
- Develop contracts around supervision for your supervisee’s that better reflect the focus.
- AASW focus and requirements in supervision.
Presenter: Iris Barten, AMHSW
Iris (pronounced as Irris as in irresistible) is an Accredited Mental health social worker since 2015, having practiced social work since completing her degree at Curtin in 2004. Her clinical work, facilitation, presentations focus on front line clinicians seeking to sustain and develop excellence in continuing their role. Using her own experience as a clinician in health settings (tertiary, acute, geriatric, paediatric, community) her skills motivate, enthuse and influence the next generation of social workers. She has presented to various audiences both in WA and interstate. Feedback on her presentations have included; ‘lively, fun, informative, inclusive and interactive’.
Her ability to think outside of the square has seen her invited to be part of a number of new initiatives; from the Federal Government ‘Fear of Cancer Recurrence’ working group, a funded delegate invited to attend the ExCel in Social work Course Philadelphia USA, and sought to be one of the founding members of the Cancer Council WA faculty in presenting Communication Workshops from 2015 to today. She has been the WA representative for the Oncology Social Work Association successfully coordinating two international conferences in 2011 and 2018. She has continued to run profitable private practice focusing on the impact of chronic illness, grief and loss, palliation and bereavement in families. Her knowledge in the area has seen her dedicate a greater amount of time to the provision of clinical supervision to others, both individuals and organisations whom are involved with front line health service provision. She currently combines her private work with hospital social work.