The CPD and Supervision Group is a mixture of teaching, supervision and reading activities offering a dynamic and stimulating experience of learning and thinking together as a group. The sessions are for practitioners wanting to build their theoretical knowledge and develop their clinical work.
Structure of the Day
The day will begin with a short check in to allow the group to get settled. If it is a teaching session we will begin the day with a one hour teach on the advertised topic and this will provide an initial focus for the group. If it is a reading group session then we will begin with an hour’s discussion of the reading material. Attendees are then invited to offer their own topics and requests for supervision.
The group’s topics will form the agenda for the remaining time. Topics for discussion might be supervision of clinical work, ethical dilemmas, application of the taught theory to clients, support with exam work, tape and transcripts of work.
I have been running online supervision groups for some time using Zoom as the platform. It allows for group interaction and is a stable and secure. I send out a protocol with some guidance on how to get the best from working online in a CPD and supervision group.
Who is it For?
These sessions are for practitioners who are in clinical practice. The group will work across all modalities for counsellors, psychotherapists and supervisors. The focus of the day will be Humanistic and Transactional Analysis. Group size is limited to 6 people.
Costs and Booking
The cost is an introductory fee of £60 per session. You are welcome to attend one, some or all dates. If you book for all of the dates then the session fee reduces to £55. Teaching notes are provided for teaching sessions along with a recording of the teach which is available for up to a month after the session. To book your place click on the links below. The links take you through to online registration which is free. Fees will be invoiced after each session for payment by BACS.
If you have not worked with me before please also book a free 20 minute intake session with me so that we can get to know each other a little before the CPD session.
Cancellation Policy: You can cancel with a 100% refund up to 7 days before the date of the session, thereafter a no refund policy applies. Fees can be transferred to other dates at any time, up to the day of the session.
Dates and Topics
Tuesday 15th September 2020: Models of Ego States
We will take a look at the different models of ego states from Berne, Erskine, Summers and Tudor, Hargarden and Sills. We will discuss the implications of these different theoretical approaches for clinical work. Register Here
Tuesday 27th October: Reading Group Schizoid Processes
Material by Ray Little, Richard Erskine and Mary O Reilly-Knapp. Register Here
Tuesday 15th December 2020: Transference and Counter Transference
We will consider different types of transference in the therapeutic relationship and consider ways of understanding and options for clinical work. Register Here
Tuesday 19th January 2021: Working with the Intrapsychic and Interpersonal.
What are the differences between intrapsychic and interpersonal problems clients bring to therapy. What models in TA can we use to understand the differences and what are the implications for our work. Register Here.
Tuesday 23rd February 2021: Reading Group: Relational Theory
Material by Peg Blackstone. Register Here.
Tuesday 30th March 2021: Ethics and Ruptures
How can we understand ruptures in psychotherapy? What does an ethical framework offer us as a way of understanding the experience and how we might then repair relationship. Register Here.
Tuesday 4th May 2021: Motivation and Self Care
What motivates people to work as a psychotherapist? Why do helpers help and then what are the implications for self care. Register Here.
Tuesday 8th June 2021 Reading Group: Therapeutic Relationship
Material by Bill Cornell. Register Here.
Tuesday 13th July 2021 Object Relations and TA
A consideration of how transactional analysis is an integrative psychotherapy. We will look at some of the ideas in object relations theory and relate them to TA. Register Here.
Come and join a warm and adventurous group that will offer you plenty of mental stimulation and dynamic involvement – adding energy and interest to your practice – and a vehicle for extra supervision.
Questions? Please contact me using the form below.