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Hypnotherapy Supervisor’s Certification: attend in person or via Zoom
20th August - 21st AugustGBP225 – GBP275
Do you have the time and experience to mentor those new to our wonderful profession? This two-day workshop will allow you to provide a better, more complete service to your supervisees whether you work with them one to one or in a group and whether they are newly trained or have years of experience. It is suitable for those who wish to start offering supervision and those with no formal supervision training who wish to improve the service they already offer.
You can attend in person (York, UK) or on Zoom.
Enquiries are welcome or book through the link. https://www.cpd.expert/training-days/supervision-workshop
Please note: some professional bodies have very specific requirements to register you as a supervisor in terms of what training you have and how many years you have been in practice. Please check that this course is suitable for you before signing up.
As a therapist, you almost certainly come to your clients from an established theoretical base – cognitive, analytical, integrated etc – with some evidence to show that it’s sound. You would certainly not have set up in practice with no formal training, or based on your own experience of being hypnotised. So shouldn’t you offer your supervisees the same quality service? The purpose of supervision is often seen as ‘offering support with clients’ but it should be so much more. Good supervision supports and is relevant to therapists throughout their careers, not only in the early months and years..
the course will enable you to be familiar with the historical reasons for the growth of clinical supervision
be familiar with the evidence supporting the use of clinical supervision
understand the differences between training, supervision and therapy
be confident using three different theoretical models for supervision, and to understand the strengths and weaknesses of each
understand the legal and ethical issues involved in supervision
be aware of health and emotional issues which might affect your supervisee’s ability to work effectively with clients
understand the differences between supervising individuals and groups
be aware of how groups develop over time and how you can use this to improve your group supervision sessions
be able to draw on a wide variety of supervision activities for both groups and individuals