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National Supervisors Forum - Dublin - IACP Accredited Supervisors Only

National Supervisors Forum - Presenter: Dr. Liz Rolls ; Honorary Research Fellow, University of Gloucestershire.

Event Details
Venue:
Aisling Hotel, Parkgate Street, Dublin 8
Dates:
06-05-2017
Time:
10.30 - 3.30
CPD :
5 Hours

Locating Supervision/ Locating yourself

"Some reflections on the psycho-social space that supervision occupies"

An opportunity for supervisors to help locate and reflect upon themselves - as people and as supervisors - in their own personal, organisational and cultural context, so we can consider these aspects in relation to their supervisory role, and to the complexity of what they 'hold'.

Format:  Presentation & Workshop

Dr. Rolls asks all participants to come prepared with :

*Examples of a supervisee with whom they have had challenges; and/or a client where little progress has been made

*A reflective on their organisational culture; what it's like to work where they do and what particular challenges they face that is invluencing their capacity to supervise.

Booking Availability

Fully Booked

Waiting List

Required for CPD tracking: members only.
Please note: all IACP Membership Numbers begin with the letter M


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