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This year 2016 I am taking a professional training course in supervision. Part of the training programme requirements are to complete practice supervision hours over the duration of the course.
I am seeking participants to meet for six 1-hour sessions, for this free peer-to-peer additional support in your work.
The training is for supervision in the helping professions, so this support will be relevant for anyone working in the support or caring professions dealing with the general public. CPD certificates supplied for the six hours.
Areas covered include self-development, self-esteem, anger, depression, empowerment, relationships, anxiety, interpersonal change, focus and meaning, self-destructive behaviours, family members of people in addiction, grief. I also have a particular interest in working with the following topics: gender, sexuality, suicidal thoughts, recovery from an attempted suicide, adults with a childhood history of abuse. I work with both short-term and long-term clients, with individual clients or with groups.
The maximum number in the supervision group is 6 (not including the group supervisor)and
A group of 2 meet for a minimum of 1 hour a month (this would be counted as 1 hour supervision for each member)
A group of 3 meet for a minimum of 1.5 hours a month (this would be counted as 1.5 hours supervision for each member)
A group of 4 meet for a minimum of 2 hours a month (this would be counted as 2 hours supervision for each member)
A group of 5 meet for a minimum of 2.5 hours a month (this would be counted as 2.5 hours supervision for each member)
A group of 6 meet for a minimum of 3 hours a month (this would be counted as 3 hours supervision for each member