Overview:

This workshop reviews the basic components of supervision,
locates reflective practice within a competency-based approach,
establishes a clear frame for reflective practice, outlines methods for providing
feedback in supervision, and then leads participants through experiential
exercises to consolidate learning into everyday supervisory practice.

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

 

• Describe the principles underlying reflective practice within a competency-based approach to supervision
• Demonstrate establishing a frame and role induction for reflective supervision
• Describe tools for providing feedback in supervision based on best-evidence
• Demonstrate alliance building and maintenance skills in supervision
• Demonstrate providing reflective supervision, including mindful consideration, consolidation and providing feedback


Methods/Activities:

The workshop utilises adult learning principle:

 

• Pre-reading of key readings and preparation of reflective material from participant’s own supervisory experience (one page Notable Incident)

• Discussion of participants workshop goals and relevant previous experience
• Small group discussions of key concepts
• Interactive didactic presentation of evidence-based content
• Live demonstrations
• Experiential peer group activities
• Larger group reflections of key content and learning from exercises



Evaluation:

There are three (3) methods of evaluation to help participants to consolidate workshop
materials, and to ensure that participants have demonstrated competence:


 

• Demonstration of reflective practice via preparation of Notable Incident from supervision
• Demonstration of knowledge via achieving at least 80% on a post-workshop assessment task (6 questions)
• Demonstration of reflective supervision skills and attitudes via achieving at least 80% on the Leeds Alliance in Supervision Scale from a peer
   following an extended experiential exercise



Monday 29th July 2019
 at the
Aerial UTS function Centre in Sydney


Workshop Cost: $385

 (includes: catering, Reflective Toolkit book, workshop materials)

Monday 9th September 2019
 at the
Aerial UTS function Centre in Sydney


Workshop Cost: $385

 (includes: catering, Reflective Toolkit book, workshop materials)


Friday 6th September 2019
 at the
Adina Hotel (Queen Street) in Melbourne

Workshop Cost: $385

 (includes: catering, Reflective Toolkit book, workshop materials)

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Overview:

This workshop reviews the basic components of supervision, locates
group supervision and reflective practice within a competency-based
framework, introduces evidence-based and practice-informed principles
of group process and group supervision, and provides participants
with a framework for (peer) group supervision practice, together with
opportunity for consolidation through experiential exercises.


Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

 

• Describe the principles underlying group supervision and reflective practice within a competency-based approach to supervision
• Demonstrate knowledge of evidence-based and practice-informed principles of group supervision processes
• Demonstrate skills in establishing a peer supervision group, and then leading group participants through a number of group supervision tasks
• Demonstrate the use of reflective feedback and evaluation of group process




Methods/Activities:


The workshop utilises adult learning principles:

 

• Pre-reading of key materials and preparation of reflective material from participant’s own supervisory experience (one page Notable Incident)

• Discussion of participants workshop goals and relevant previous experience
• Interactive didactic presentation of evidence-based content
• Small group discussions of key concepts
• Live and video demonstrations
• Experiential exercises
• Larger group reflections of key content and learning from exercises




Evaluation:


There are three (3) methods of evaluation to help participants to consolidate workshop
materials, and to ensure that participants have demonstrated competence:

 

• Demonstration of reflective practice via preparation of Notable Incident from group process experience
• Demonstration of knowledge via achieving at least 80% on a post-workshop assessment task (6 questions)
• Demonstration of group supervision skills and attitudes via achieving at least 80% on the Leeds Alliance in Supervision Scale from peers
   following a small group experiential exercise



Workshop Cost: $385
 (includes: catering, Reflective Toolkit book, workshop materials)


   Enrol Now
 

For further information, please contact us.    



About us

The Reflective Supervision Team evolved in 2017 following decades of research and practice in clinical supervision by Dr Daphne Hewson.  The team is committed to providing workshops that embody and model reflective practice at its best.

Our aim is to provide high-quality evidence-informed training that develops knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for ethical, effective and skilful clinical supervision, and that locates reflective practice at the heart of competency-based clinical supervision.

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Links

Psychology Board requirements for supervisors (2018)


Psychology Board details about Board-approved training (2018)


Form to complete to retain endorsement as Board-approved supervisor (MBAS-76) 

Australian Association of Social Workers – Supervision standards (2014)


Australian Counselling Association – Policy Document of Professional Supervision (2013)

American Psychological Association - Guidelines for Clinical Supervision in Health Service Psychology (2014)

Reflective Practice in Supervision

Contact

Address:   P.O. Box 807
                Thirroul NSW 2515

Email:      Email Us

ABN:        '82'176'038'843'



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