Counselling Workshop Darwin
A 3 day supervisory training workshop
Certificate of Attainment in Individual & Group Supervision
A competent Clinical/Professional Supervisor for counsellors and psychotherapists and other mental health professionals should be able to conduct supervision sessions using various supervision interventions, provide effective evaluation and feedback to supervisees, and address the ethical and legal considerations of supervision.
The STEPPING UP
'Certificate of Attainment
in Individual & Group Supervision' program,
$1331 incl gst per person.
Supervision Training Course, Darwin (Location TBA)
This program can also be facilitated at another location in the NT
eg Alice Springs.
A 3 day professional development program:
Professional/Clinical Supervision is an essential safeguard for clients, a support for counsellors and a process through which practitioners can develop their skills and competence.
Dates TBA OR this program can be tailored for your organisation.
9 am to 4.30 pm each day.
About this workshop
The STEPPING UP Certificate of Attainment in Individual & Group Supervision is recognised by the following organisations:
Psychotherapists & Counsellors Federation of Australia
Australian Counselling Association
Australian Community Workers Association
Australian Hypnotherapy Association
Australian Society of Clinical Hypnotherapists
The International Institute for Complementary Therapists
The training program
The STEPPING UP training program is a three-day workshop with a pre-course study requirement, designed to provide supervision training for Mental Health professionals who are currently, or are going to be, responsible for the practice of other mental health professionals.
The training program covers all the competencies that are required as a component of eligibility for membership to the College of Supervisors (ACA).
To be eligible to undertake this training program it is recommended that you have a minimum of 2 years supervised practice experience in counselling, social work, psychology, nursing, education or similar. ACA members must be at least a level 2 to be recognised for this training.
This program is available for delivery to NGOs, corporate organisations and other relevant groups. For further information email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Your workshop facilitator
Your workshop facilitator, Dr Genevieve Armson, holds formal qualifications in Training and Assessment, a Master of Counselling (Curtin University) and is a Clinical Counsellor and Clinical Supervisor with PACFA. She is an industry leading professional with over 30 years experience in supervision and training.
Snapshot view of the workshop
The first day addresses and reviews the theory of individual and group supervision, reviewing and extending the pre-work components. Relevant ethical issues involved in individual and group supervision are also explored. This is followed by an extensive experiential group supervision component. We also review the STEP UP model for the supervision sessions.
Day 2 The entire day is devoted to practice sessions working through real life scenarios in triads. Time is then spent, before and after lunch, with participants assessing and supervising 30-minute sessions in triads, as preparation for the final day assessment phase.
This is your formal assessment day where each person rotates through a triad, in turn, taking on the three positions of supervisor, assessor and supervisee. Each position is completed over a 60 minute period.
This supervisory training program will enable you to (as a minimum):
Describe the theory and best practice of professional supervision
Define the role of a clinical supervisor
Identify the goals of supervision - individual and group
Describe the supervisory relationship and the supervisory session
Demonstrate the skills required for conducting diverse supervision interventions, including one-to-one and group settings
Have knowledge of the different models of supervision
Present effective feedback to supervisees
Be clear on the supervisor's and the supervisee's responsibilities
Successfully undertake a variety of supervisor administration tasks, including note taking and record keeping
Address the ethical, legal and risk management considerations of supervision in the Allied Health Industry
Recognise issues that may impact on the supervisory relationship and/or the supervisee, including burnout, transference potential, mental health considerations, stress and anxiety
Practice sessions based on real issues - please be prepared to bring relevant issues with you to work on during the workshop. These need to be issues that you would discuss with a supervisor (ie not personal counselling issues)
The training program includes these components:
88 hours of pre-workshop study including reading the textbook “The Practice of Clinical and Counselling Supervision”
Completion of a questionnaire based on the above textbook
Completion of a 500-word reflective piece based on the above text
3 days of face-to-face training, including a 60-minute real-time non-role play formal assessment.
Course participants will need to purchase and read “The Practice of Clinical and Counselling Supervision” 2017, Australian Academic Press to meet pre-course reading and questionnaire criteria. The book can be purchased directly from the publisher by emailing: email@example.com
Workshop dates TBA
This program can be tailored for your organisation.
9am to 4.30 pm each day.
Venue - TBA in Darwin, Alice Springs, or another suitable location in NT
Meals included - morning and afternoon teas, tea/coffee and gourmet lunch
Fee - $1331 incl gst per person.
Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to register. We will then email you a tax invoice. Once paid, your workshop registration is secured.
No refunds will be issued once registration is completed.
Realisations Counselling will consider issuing a voucher to attend a future course for cancellations that are due to hardship, medical emergencies, family emergencies or similar events on the production of documentary evidence.
Please email email@example.com if you wish to be placed on the waiting list for future courses in Darwin or Alice Springs.
Courses can be organised for regional areas in NT for groups of 6 or more participants.