|Date:||Wednesday 19 June 2019|
|Time:||9:00 am - 4:00 pm|
|Venue:||Education Development Centre, 4 Milner St, Hindmarsh, SA|
$330 Non Member
$110 Student Member
$165 New Graduate / Retired / Student Non Member
|Organiser:||AASW SA Branch|
This workshop provides you with the opportunity to reflect, consider and construct clinical supervision within a competency–based framework that scaffolds effective, relevant and growth opportunities for both supervisees and supervisors. You will be encouraged to discuss methods, tools and resources that improves engagement, efficacy and outcomes for the people you support.
Clinical supervision is an essential part of effective service delivery and accountable clinical work. Current approaches to supervision have recognised the value to the individual, industry and practice standards when the model of supervision encompasses some key components: observation, reflective practice, corrective processes, outcomes measurement and targeted strategies tailored to coach and strengthen the clinical skills of supervisees. Quality and rigor in the provision of clinical supervision is essential for accountable practice and improved outcomes for people seeking support.
Topics covered in this one-day workshop will include:
• Optimising outcomes for the supervisee – knowing what you don’t know
• Enhancing competency through specific methods in supervision
• Providing feedback and identifying supervisee blind spots
• Observation and experiential practice – using digital feedback tools
• Looking ahead and shaping supervision using the empirical lens
About the presenter - Paula Redpath
Paula is a Consultant Psychotherapist and the Course Coordinator of the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) Postgraduate Courses in the College of Medicine and Public Health at Flinders University, Adelaide. She has designed and facilitated workshops in Australia and Internationally for interdisciplinary health professionals for more than 15 years in the areas of CBT, high prevalence psychological disorders, focused psychological strategies and motivational interviewing. Her clinical experience spans more than 17 years in a broad range of settings and she has provided clinical supervision to more than 100 health professionals, postgraduate and undergraduate students.
EDC, 4 Milner Street, Hindmarsh
Wednesday 19 June 2019 - 9.00am-4.00pm