Advanced Training in Supervision Theory & Practice
A Relational & Experiential Process
Dr Greer White, Tine Mueller, Dr Leila Davis
24-25 August, 14-15 September, 26-27 October, Brisbane
This exciting and newly developed training program provides participants with 39 hours of direct face to face supervision training within a training group over three weekends. This experiential learning will allow participants to enhance their practice of individual and group supervision within a supportive environment. Successful participants will be able to apply to be listed as an accredited supervisor on the PACFA National Register.
The teaching offered will draw on the theory and practice of supervision. It will include principles of the Gestalt Therapy method in the supervisory setting: field sensitivity, relational dialogue, experimentation and here and now attention. Learning will take place face to face, through the facilitation of incremental learning experience and experimentation, seminar-based discussions, and through collaborative and co-operative learning with facilitator and peer interaction.