Continuing Education - Professional Workshops
SUPERVISION COURSE AND TRAINING
For Clinical Supervisors
Sponsored by the:
Institute for Self-in-Relationship Psychotherapy
This 30 hour comprehensive and in depth post-graduate level course and training on clinical supervision is designed for psychotherapists and psychologists who wish to acquire the necessary knowledge and skills to assume the role of clinical supervisor for candidates applying for registration with a regulatory body and for professionals wanting to improve their assessment and counselling skills.
The course and training are framed within a developmental, experiential and psychodynamic orientation and presented in two parts: Part I, Clinical Supervision: What is Known, and Part II, Clinical Supervision: In Action.
The course and training offer the participant the tools needed to be an effective, confident, sensitive, and competent supervisor.
Saint Paul University, Ottawa
Saturdays: 9:00 to 5:00
Sundays: 9:00 to 5:00
Date (Two Weekends)
To be Announced
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(Approved by the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA) for Continuing Education Credits.
Dr. Augustine Meier, Professor Emeritus, Saint Paul University, is a registered clinical psychologist in the province of Ontario and has, for more than two decades, supervised the clinical practice of psychotherapists, social workers, and graduate counselling students. He has supervised more than a dozen Ph.D. level psychology candidates applying for registration with the College of Psychologists of Ontario. Dr. Meier has presented scientific papers on clinical supervision at annual conferences and has published articles and chapters in books on the topic.
1. To present current models of supervision and their goals, processes, techniques, ethics and relational issues.
2. To understand that supervision is to be tailored to the development, theoretical orientation and personality characteristics of the supervisee.
3. To acknowledge that effective and meaningful supervision entails the collaboration of the supervisor and supervisee.
4. To become aware of in-session techniques to foster supervisee professional development, self-awareness, and ethical and professional behavior.