This course is suitable for consultants and supervisors of consultants and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, probation officers and others in the helping professions.
The course is based upon a relational approach to supervision and supervisory practice. It is therefore not linked to any particular orientation of counselling or psychotherapy, but rather presents a model of supervision as a discipline in its own right. The course is aimed at practitioners in all different fields of work and with different theoretical approaches to counselling, psychotherapy and other forms of clinical practice. It aims to bring together helping professionals of different orientations so that they can dialogue about both their commonalities and differences in the theory and practice of supervision.
The course is structured across six 2-day modules, spaced approximately monthly to make it more easily possible for professionals, who are not London based, to attend the course.
For further details of the above course please the Course Leaflet below.