This course can be distinguished from other courses as it offers comprehensive training with opportunities for hands on experience. The course brings together psychological and management theories within an experiential model. There is an emphasis on practice based knowledge and skills with the content grounded in evidence – based research and years of practice wisdom. The course is designed for practitioners with supervisory responsibilities. Participants will be able to gain knowledge of the supervisory role, build skills as supervisors, heighten understanding of process within a framework well -grounded in focusing upon forming an accurate diagnosis and understanding of treatment options. There is an emphasis on the practitioner as a tool, a tool that re-quires an awareness of the impact the supervisor has on the relationship with supervisees/clients, and on the need for continual growth through increased knowledge and skill development.
This is a 5-day event held on 27 April and the 3,4, 10 and 11 May 2017.
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