PsyBA MasterClass: Clinical Supervision for Professional Competencies 20 June 2024 (Videoconference)
Clinical Supervision for Professional Competencies
BOOK EARLY AND SAVE! Early Bird Fee applies until 9 May 2024
Master Class - Early Bird Fee: $395.00 AUD - payments received by 9 May 2024
Master Class - Standard Fee: $440.00 AUD - payments received from 10 May 2024
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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
Clinical Supervision for Professional Competencies
Delivered via interactive videoconference (Zoom platform). This workshop is a PsyBA approved one day Master Class which will provide participants who are already approved supervisors with ongoing AHPRA accreditation for 5 years.
This workshop will provide a structure for supervisors to prepare higher education students, provisional psychologists and registrars to review, practise and evaluate core psychological professional competencies in supervision. This workshop will ensure supervisors have both knowledge and skills to assist supervisees in developing competency-based supervision plans and to be able to assess these competencies. Review of competencies includes knowledge, skills, behaviours, attitudes and values of the psychologist, so that they can act effectively using evidence-based practices. Supervisors attending this workshop will review practices in teaching and supporting supervisees to develop the core professional competencies. The workshop will review the core supervisory competencies and link to the psychological professional competencies including reflective, reflexive and deliberate practice interventions.
By the end of the workshop participants will be able to:
- Determine ways to improve the delivery of competency-based supervision for psychologists across the various developmental learning pathways
- Engage in reflective and reflexive practice to refine supervisory micro skills and foster supervisee skills development
- Consider ways to ensure core competencies are applied and reviewed within the supervision contract and aligned to supervisee developmental level, learning needs and education pathway
- Develop knowledge and skills of deliberate practice in assessment and feedback of supervisee micro skills, and related to area of practice endorsement where relevant in higher education and registrar supervision
- Ensure that self-care and professional and ethical practice is at the forefront of supervision with supervisees encouraged to engage in ongoing reflective and reflexive practice
- Ensure a health equity approach is adopted in supervision and professional practice with respect, awareness and responsiveness to cultural and diversity presentations of both supervisee and client.
- How to determine learning goals to develop core competencies including knowledge, skills, behaviours, attitudes and values of the psychologist
- How to review supervisory competencies linked to the psychological professional competencies applying reflective, reflexive practice
- Establishing your Supervision Frame to guide practice
- How to develop a learning contract and Competency Developmental Plan using deliberate practice interventions in supervision
- Opportunities for case discussion will be reviewed along with examples of CDP, contracting, feedback and evaluation tools discussed
- Small group practice and reflective exercises are utilised throughout the day for consolidation of learning.
PRESENTER: Christine Senediak
Christine Senediak is a Board Approved supervisor trainer with 40 years clinical experience and over 35 years experience as a supervisor and educator. She supervises widely providing individual, peer, group and organisational supervision to psychiatrists, psychologists and other health clinicians working in child, adolescent and family services, schools, adult mental health, drug health, gambling, sexual assault, cross cultural and trauma services. She divides her time between education, clinical work and supervision. Christine has trained as a systemic family therapist, which influences her approach to clinical supervision where the wider context is considered in understanding the development and maintenance of problems in clinical practice. She employs a reflective practice approach to supervision enhancing self awareness of relational issues between therapist, client and systems. Christine incorporates elements of systemic, cognitive behavioural, mindfulness and person centered therapies in supervision and training.
Participants are required to attend the full day and will receive a certificate of attendance for 7 hours of training in accordance with AHPRA Master class requirements. This workshop is interactive and allows ample time for practice and review of participant questions/clinical scenarios and case issues brought to the session. Further information on Board requirements regarding submission of certificate is available on the Psychology Board of Australia website.
Flyer: Clinical Supervision for Professional Competencies Flyer 2024 (PDF)
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