Certificate in Clinical and Training Supervision

An 11-day Intensive in clinical supervision with particular attention to supervising those still in training. Working within an integrative theoretical frame this training integrates supervision of generic practice with that of psychosexual and relationship therapy.

11 days – Online, via Zoom

NCP: 78 hours CPD

“Supervision is an opportunity to bring someone back to their own mind, to show them how good they can be.”  Nancy Kline

Facilitated by two Master practitioners, Judi Keshet-Orr, Bernd Leygraf and occasional specialist guest speakers. It is entirely run on an electronic platform, hence it is open to mental health practitioners across the globe.
This innovative training will include supervision o psychosexual, couples and relationship work in addition to generic issues.

Times will be 9.30-16.30 hrs and a 3000 word essay needs to be successfully completed towards the end of the training.

The hours for CPD are in excess of 78 hrs – the required hours for COSRT accreditation as supervisors

Please complete the your application form via this link: application form

Faculty

Faculty
Judi Keshet-Orr, Bernd Leygraf, Barry Gower

(Click on the names for more information about the tutors)

Dates

All teaching days are 9.30 to 16.30 hrs and via Zoom (invitations will be sent ahead of time).

The taught programme takes place over 10 Mondays in 2022 (last Monday of each month, with seasonal breaks) and 1 Sunday.

28 February 2022
28 March 2022
25 April 2022
23 May 2022
27 June 2022
25 July 2022
26 September 2022
24 October 2022
21 November 2022
4 and 5 December 2022

Fees

Fees
£ 1390.00 Payable by one deposit of £100 (to reserve your place), plus 10 instalments of £128.00 a month.

Location

Online, via Zoom

Full Course Content

Delivery
The training will be delivered online, using Zoom as the platform.
Each day includes:

  • didactic teaching input
  • supervisory skills training
  • plenary discussions

Trainees are expected to bring their own clinical material and throughout the year will learn how to integrate both supportive and evaluative functions into their supervision work and to balance over and under nurturing.

Course Content

  • A Developmental model of supervision
  • Generic supervision vs Psychosexual Relationship Therapy supervision
  • Clinical vs Training supervision
  • Working with an organisation vs sole practitioner
  • Competences
  • Competence vs pseudo competence (Clarkson 2010)
  • Over nurturing vs under nurturing (Ridley 1998)
  • Boundaries/ethical principles
  • Modalities (from psychoanalytic to Gestalt to behavioural-systemic)
  • Kagan Interpersonal Process Recall
  • Legal, ethical, inclusivity principles within your supervisory practice
  • Group and individual supervision
  • Consultancy
  • Sex, gender and supervising working with “other”

Assessment
3000 word essay will be submitted towards the end of the training. Students will also be assessed on the following:

The ability to attend to

  • The contractual relationship (establishing time, date, frequency, fees)
  • The therapeutic alliance (as in therapy, collaboration, relational availability)
  • Monitoring good practice (law, ethics, fitness to practice)
  • Transferential issues (incl parallel process)
  • Organisational impact (accrediting bodies, reporting relationships, NHS etc, systems)
  • Law, ethics and equality issues (MoU2, Equalities Act, law, clean practice)

Certificate

After successfully ending the training students will be awarded a certificate from LDPRT and NAOS Institute.

Accreditation

The course will provide  78  CPD hours, underwritten by NCP

Enquiries
Bernd Leygraf: 07414 681 553
Or email info@naos-institute.com

Course application form
Click here

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