Diploma in Clinical Supervision
Commencing Friday 19th February 2016
The applicant should usually possess the following:
- A relevant qualification with an accrediting body: either UKCP Registered Psychotherapist or BACP Registered Counsellor/Psychotherapist or demonstrable equivalent training
- Two years post-qualification experience
The supervision course is designed to build on skills and experience already developed by students prior to attending this course. It emphasises the ability to hold an overview of processes and people such that they can be helped to fulfil their role and task more effectively. The course is taught using both didactic and experiential methods, and emphasises the shared knowledge and experience of all participants.
The programme runs from February to July and is organised in six 3-day modules. Please click here for our Training Dates
The supervisory relationship, models of supervision, development issues, supervision in a variety of contexts, different learning styles, types of interventions in supervision, the use of audio-visual equipment in interpersonal process recall, transference, countertransference and parallel process, multicultural and diversity issues, professional and ethical issues including the processing of complaints.