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Event Details - Coordinating our Political, Personal and Professional Selves in Supervision

Title: Coordinating our Political, Personal and Professional Selves in Supervision
Type of Activity: Workshops & Seminars
Objective of Course / Workshop:

International Guest Event for Supervisors

Exploration of how tapping into your multiple contexts can be used as a resource to support creative practice in supervision

Course / Workshop Outline:
  • Exploration of the multiple contexts that inform and shape your practice and experience as practitioners and supervisors including personal (family, culture, gender, religion, class, sexuality, age, race, health, disability); political (moral and ethical positions and commitments) as well as professional (training, services/organisations, preferred practice model/s, clinical experience)
  • Experiential exercises to reflect on the abilities, knowledge and values you draw from your multiple contexts
  • Experiential exercises in which you can use your own multiple contexts to supervise
OPD points: 5
Course / Workshop content:

You will walk away with:

  • Increased awareness of the multiple contexts that inform and shape your personal and professional identity
  • Ideas for how you can draw on and use knowledge, skills and values from your multiple contexts for creative practice, supervision, self-supervision and to address contradictions in values or practices at work 
  • A repertoire of practices to enable supervisees to reflect on and draw from the multiple contexts that inform their practice
Start/End Date: 16/03/2019 to 16/03/2019
Time: 09:30:00 - 16:30:00
Presenter / Provider: Glenda Fredman
Contact Name: Alison Strasser
Contact Phone: 0431 401 659
Contact Email: admin@cep.net.au
Qualifications: Consultant clinical psychologist, systemic psychotherapist, trainer, and supervisor.
Experience:

Glenda Fredman is a consultant clinical psychologist, systemic psychotherapist, trainer, and supervisor. She was director of training in systemic psychotherapy with Camden and Islington Mental Health Trust for twenty years. She is author of Death Talk: Conversations with Children and Families (Karnac); Transforming Emotion: Conversations in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Wiley); co-editor of Being with Older People: A Systemic Approach (Karnac); Working with Embodiment in Supervision: A systemic approach (Routledge) and Collaborative Consultation in Mental Health: Guidelines for the New Consultant (Routledge).

Address: St Paul's Uniting Church Hall
Address 2: Cnr Webster Rd and Minmime St
Suburb: Stafford
State: QLD
Postcode: 4053
Website: http://www.cep.net.au
Parking: Street
Is there disability parking and entry? No
Are meals included with this event? Yes
If yes, what meals? Morning / Afternoon Tea
Registration URL: www.cep.net.au
Cost ($): $390
Registration Instruction (if applicable):

$320 Early Bird 3 weeks before start date
or
$520 Early Bird for 2 day package (with An Invitation to Bring Body and Self to Supervision)

register:
https://cep.net.au/registration/international-guests
 

full details:
https://cep.net.au/professional-development/international-guest-events/glenda-fredman-supervision-2019

 

 

 

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