This popular person-centred creative supervision certificate training course has been running successfully for twenty-five years. It is accredited by the BPA, who are organisational members of the UKCP. This is the second year it is being run online.
This course is run by Jenny Biancardi and Sara Mathews.
The course is designed to train supervisors from a variety of backgrounds. It is suitable for those who wish to develop supervision skills, and for those who are already supervisors and who want to work in more creative and expressive ways, including with therapists who may use a model of counselling different to their own.
Participants frequently come from outside the North East of England, including from the rest of England and from Scotland.
Course content includes: Person-centred theory; Theories of supervision; Action techniques drawn from psychodrama; Creative supervision; Group and individual supervision; Practical supervision sessions; Examination of the relationships involved in supervision; The boundaries between therapy, training, managing, and supervision; Ethical issues; The BACP code of ethics; Feedback and assessment; Dedicated time to look at the particular issues involved in supervising therapists who work with children.
The six weekends are held online with a 10am start on both Saturdays and Sundays.
An attendance certificate is provided for CPD purposes. Places are limited, so early booking is advisable.