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SUPERVISOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT: KNOWING JUST WHERE TO FOCUS - Applying practical models to strengthen and enhance effective supervision work
|Date:||10 Sept 2020|
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|Organiser:||The Professional Development People|
This workshop utilises two models of supervision to help supervisors tailor their supervisory approach with supervisees. The two models are Hawkins & Shohet’s ‘Seven-Eyed Supervision: A Process Model’ and Heron’s ‘Six Categories of Intervention’. The ‘Seven-Eyed’ model specifies seven areas available for focus in supervision and Heron’s categories stipulates six tasks of supervision. These two models combined allow supervisors to identify the needs of their supervisees as well as apply an appropriate intervention in order to meet the identified need. The combination becomes a matrix that when applied enables our awareness of comfort and discomfort when supervising as well as areas of blind spots. You will be invited to explore past sessions with supervisees to encourage your own potential for change in the way you work with supervisees. You will engage in a process of enquiry that will enhance your awareness of your supervisory practice while learning new supervisory skills. By applying the matrix to your work with clients you will be able to examine where and how your supervisory interventions relate to your supervisee and their processes with their clients. The application of the matrix also facillitates awareness of the impact of interventions to the supervisory and therapeutic relationships. Through applying these models to case studies combined with self-reflection and paired and group exercises you will learn how to transfer this knowledge and learning to your work with supervisees.This workshop utilises two models of supervision to help supervisors tailor their supervisory approach towards their supervisees.
- Identify areas for enhancement in your work with supervisees
- Discover your own ability to strengthen and enhance your supervisory approach
- Apply Hawkins & Shohet’s seven-eyed supervision model
- Apply Heron’s six categories of intervention
- Integrate both models to generate and establish a useful approach to supervision.
Elizabeth Anne Riley,. Elizabeth Anne Riley, (PhD MACouns BSc) is Sydney-based counsellor and clinical supervisor and has been a counselling practitioner since 1996 and supervisor since 2002. She provides clinical supervision both individually and in groups including supervision on-line. Her supervisory experience includes; supervising students on placement, supervising supervisors, role as supervisor coordinator, writing Masters supervision curriculum, delivering supervision training to meet the PACFA training standards, and academic supervision (PhD). She has a PhD on the needs of children with gender diversity and provides gender specific support and counselling to parents of trans children, youth and adults and, professional development to schools, clinicians and other service providers. She is an accredited clinical supervisor with the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) and with the Australian Association of Supervisors (AAOS). She is also a member of the Australian Professional Association for Transgender Health (AusPATH), and is a Professional Clinical member and a Certified Provider of the World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH).
Location and date
UTS Short Course Rooms
Level 7, Building 10,
235 Jones Street,
Ultimo, NSW 2007
10 September 2020
9:15am - 4:30pm
Standard fee $298
This event is fully catered and all resources are provided.
Students and new graduates may apply to attend at a discount apply here.
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