- Group Supervision in the Helping Professions - with Robin Shohet
Group Supervision in the Helping Professions - with Robin Shohet
19th January 2018 - Radnor Hall London
£120.00 plus VAT per person
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In this workshop Robin will present the use of parallel process in Group Supervision
He will start with an overview of Hawkin's and Shohet's seven-eyed model as described in their book 'Supervision in the Helping Professions'.
In the second session Robin will focus on models 5 & 6 which
refer to parallel process. An understanding of Parallel Process can be
seen as the heart of supervision of any kind. It uses the reaction of
the supervisor or the group in the here and now as a guide to what is
happening to the client or the system being presented.
In the third session the delegates will apply what they have learnt
to a group setting. Finally Robin will look at practical application
areas for the skill required.
Past delegates have commented:-
'The workshop has greatly enriched my knowledge, understanding and skills as a supervisor'
'An excellent combination of theoretical model and experience learning - rich and energising'
'I came to hear and observe a gifted clinician - this aim was achieved'
'Not a minute was wasted, I came away with so much of worth'
'Expanded my vision for supervision and sent me away excited, energised and enthusiastically planning ways to use it'
This workshop can be booked as a stand alone or in conjunction with
The Supervisory Relationship: Difficulties and Delights on 18 March 2017