WORKSHOP OVERVIEW : SUPER – VISION & SUPER - VISING
CONSTRUCTING A SUPERVISION APPROACH BASED IN A NARRATIVE PERSPECTIVE:
Mary Denese-Holmes & Marilyn O'Neill have provided supervision for colleagues in many different spaces over many years.
A Narrative Perspective informs their work, as does the learning from many conversations with colleagues.
In recent times Marilyn and Mary-Denese have become very interested in the question of 'what constitutes good supervision'.
Mary Denese has been exploring this for some time and Marilyn has previously presented ∓ written on supervision with Gaye Stockell.
This workshop seems pertinent, at this time, as the requirements for formalised supervision by professional bodies increase.
The number of hours and qualifications of supervisors is also starting to be regulated.
Please join us as we consider being supervisors and / or supervisees.
This can assist you to develop ideas on what want in the way of support for your own work and what is relevant to providing useful support to colleagues seeking supervision.
The Narrative Perspective for supervision has been deemed useful by those who employ narrative ideas and for those who are informed by other frameworks.
Participants will join in deconstructions, discussions and the considerations.
They will, practice supervision conversations and reflect on demonstrations.
Please join us to develop your ideas on supervision and to use the ideas of a Narrative Perspective to develop an approach that offers support for both the personal and professional.
Professional who are supervised in these ways report that they not only find the approach refreshing but their identity is more robust, their work is more satisfying, and their ethics and values are well represented in their practice.
Marilyn O’Neill has worked with narrative colleagues for over 20 years as they developed ways of providing supervision.
The approach they have developed has supported both teams and individuals. Their ideas have developed over that time and have been presented at conferences.
This workshop will assist participants to use the ideas of a Narrative Perspective to develop a supervision approach that offers support for both the personal and professional.
The training will:
To register you can use the Contact page
Practices at Paddington and Crows Nest.
Marilyn O'Neill Counsellor/Family & Couple therapist
Marilyn and Gaye have been involved in presenting Narrative Therapy Workshops in many parts of Australia, New Zealand, the UK and the USA. They work in private practice, and meet with individuals, couples and families and provide group and agency supervision.
Gaye Stockell MA, MAPS (Psychologist).