Transformational supervision: Compassion and self-compassion

Super Vision for Supervisors


Transformational supervision: Compassion and self-compassion

This workshop provides experiential opportunities for supervisors to explore the meaning of compassion within the supervisory and therapeutic relationship and the potential of self-compassion for positive change.
Workshop content is based upon Tim Desmond’s book (2016) Self-Compassion In Psychotherapy Mindfulness-Based Practices for Healing and Transformation and 
Richard Davidson and Sharon Begley (2013) The Emotional Life of Your Brain How It’s Unique Patterns Affect the Way You Think, Feel and Live- and How You Can Change Them.

Compassion / empathy
Avoiding burnout
Implications for supervisors:
Compassionately identifying own limitations and limitations of supervisees
Encouraging supervisees to practice compassion and self compassion
Courageous and compassionate conversations
Addressing competence

About the presenters

Jo Ablett and Cheryl Taylor have a solid foundation of supervisory training and experience gained over more than a decade of practice as Supervisors. They are both registered Supervisors with PACFA and ACSA and Jo with ACA. For six years Cheryl and Jo have provided professional development for supervisors. Cheryl is currently employed as a facilitator and supervisor at Cairn Millar Institute.Jo is a Senior Trainer for Expressive Therapies Australia.

Cheryl  & Jo both have Master of Counselling , CERT IV in Counselling Supervision, Graduate Diploma of Counselling Supervision, among other qualifications.

This event counts as 6 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements.

To register, please see here. 

1/04/2022 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
AUS Eastern Daylight Time

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