Transformative clinical supervision, Christchurch
November 8 @ 8:30 am - November 9 @ 5:00 pm$630
“To be transformative is to cause, or be able to cause, an important and lasting change in someone or something; to inspire change or cause a shift in viewpoint”
This advanced workshop will enhance your capacity as a transformative supervisor. It is designed for those with experience of clinical supervision in all contexts including psychology, counselling, psychotherapy, social work, law, and medicine. The programme includes didactic teaching, demonstrations, and opportunities to practice, utilising a ‘hear one, see one, do one’ pedagogy. You will take away theoretical understanding and practical skills that you can readily apply to your supervision practice.
Themes covered include:
- Competency based supervision
- Supervision through cultural lenses
- Ethical issues in supervision
- Reflective practice methods
- Corrective and affirmative feedback
Cross-professional / cross-role supervision
Dr Fran Vertue is a clinical psychologist in private practice. Her experience includes the development and delivery of supervision training to mental health practitioners around New Zealand; developing a supervision practice model and the Supervision Competency within the Department of Corrections; and a broad individual and group supervision practice across a number of professions. Fran is an experienced presenter with a commitment to informative and engaging workshops.
Jason Northover, Ngāti Porou Ngāti Kahungunu. Jason works as a Kaupapa Māori Clinical Educator within the School of Psychology Speech and Hearing at the University of Canterbury and as both a Senior Advisor Rehabilitation Programmes and Senior Advisor Kaupapa Māori Supervision within the Department of Corrections. He is the Managing Director of Kihirua Ltd providing cultural support, education programmes, workshops, and cultural supervision. Ka whāngaia, ka tupu, ka puāwai – nurturing cultural competence so your practice can blossom and grow.
Liz Waugh is a clinical psychologist and neuropsychologist in private practice. She has extensive experience as a clinical supervisor, including training professionals to be effective supervisors and supervisees within NGOs, the Department of Corrections, and as the Director of the Psychology Centre, University of Canterbury. She brings her experience of cross disciplinary supervision with a range of other professionals.
$630 including workbook and full catering
Numbers are strictly limited to optimise the workshop experience.