Workshop

 

This workshop  is delivered by request only. The request can be made by individuals or organizations. Minimum number of participants 10. For further information, Please contact ISOCCS.

MODELS OF SUPERVISION IN THERAPY

Enhance Your Knowledge Of Supervisory Competence
1-Day Professional Development in Supervision

(7-hrs/1-day)

 

The workshop is adopted from the recently published article about supervision models: Basa, V. (2017). Models of supervision in therapy, brief defining features. European Journal of Counselling Theory, Research and Practice, 1, 4, 1-5. Can be viewed at: http://www.europeancounselling.eu/volumes/volume-1-2017/volume-1-article-4/

 

For the purposes of this training, the term 'Supervision' is utilised to describe the foundation skills relevant to supervisory relationships that can be adopted by a range of professionals of different training and accreditation background such as hypnotherapists, counsellors, psychotherapists, mental health nurses, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, or anyone else in the helping profession.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Practicing supervisors who wish to use this day as a professional development activity to update their knowledge, through theory and experiential learning, in supervision models and thus enhance their knowledge of supervisory competence.

 

ESSENTIAL ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

ISOCCS recommends a minimum of 5 years of post-qualification experience and having undertaken regular supervision and ongoing professional development each year as required by relevant Professional Associations. If your circumstances are different, please contact ISOCCS.

DELIVERY

MORNING

                         Time                                                                Content

                    9.00 - 10.15          1. Psychoanalytic/ Psychotherapy models (1920’s)

                                               2. Counselling/Psychotherapy based models (1950’s)

                                               3. Developmental and Social Role Models (1970’s)

                                                    - Ronnestad and Skovholt Model

                                                    - Integrated Development Model (IDM)

                                                    - Bernard’s Discrimination Model

                                                    - Holloway’s Systems Approach to Supervision (SAS) Model

                                                    - The Double-Matrix (or Seven Eyed) Model

                   10.15 - 10.30        MORNING TEA

                   10.30 - 12.00        4. The Function Models:

                                                   - Kadushin (1976),

                                                   - Proctor (1986), and

                                                   - Hawkins and Shohet (2006)

                                                   - Inskipp and Proctor (1993) Supervision Alliance Model

                                              5. Competency-Based models (most recent)

                                                   - The Competency Cube Model

                                                   - The Objectives-Based Approach (OBAS)

                    12.00 -  12.30        LUNCH

                                                                             AFTERNOON

                          Time                                                                Content

                    12.30 -  2.00           Experiential Learning

                                                   Demonstrations (participant/ facilitator) of a supervision session,                                                          using real case scenarios provided by participant within suitable                                                          supervision models

                       2.00 - 2.15             AFTERNOON TEA

                       2.15 - 4.15            Experiential Learning

                                                   Demonstrations (participant/ facilitator) of a supervision session,                                                          using real case scenarios provided by participant within suitable                                                          supervision models

TRAINING OUTCOME

By the end of the workshop, participants will be:

  • Familiar with the 4-types of supervision models as they emerged from the 1920's up to date.

  • How to decide on a supervision model/s most suited to their current practice and theoretical background.

 

RECOGNITION

This workshop satisfies the professional development requirements by:

 Program Designer, Developer & Author

Veronika Basa

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Founder

     Basa Education and Counselling Services (BECS)

 

www.becsonline.com.au 

            Promoting and Providing Quality Services in Education                                       & Training, Counselling & Supervision

TRAINERS & ASSESSORS 2017

Alex Collins

Dr John Tousaint

BA (Couns Psych), (69828) Grad Dip of C Supervision, Dip Counselling and Communication, Dip Professional Counselling

MISOCCS, MACA,

PhD (Health Science), MHum (Psych)

FAIM, MAITD, MANZMHA, MISOCCS

                Jane Leigh

B.Sc., Grad. Dip. Gen. Counselling, M Counselling (Monash),

MACA, MCV, MGKIHS, MISOCCS

NOTEMembership renewal with ISOCCS, requires 10 hours of Professional Development on a supervision related topic. This includes workshops and can also include conferences.

 

Members of other associations should check for their requirements for supervisors’ renewal.

AUSTRALIA

Veronika Basa

Mb: 0418 387 982

UGANDA

Dr. N. Nsereko

 

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