Master Classes (Allied Health)

 

Supervisor Master Class (Allied Health/Nurses/Counsellors)

 

For allied health professionals seeking to become ACA/PACFA accredited supervisors - please refer to our Accredited Supervisor training page.

For psychologists looking for Psychology Board of Australia approved training - please refer to our Board Approved training page.



Supervision for Trauma Informed Practice
21 November 2022, 10.00am-5.00pm AEST (online)
Fees: $360 (earlybird); $400 (standard)

The study of neurobiology has made a significant impact in recent years on deepening knowledge about the effects of abuse related trauma.This workshop provides participants with an opportunity to critically examine the practice of competency based supervision across the different pathways within a trauma informed practice lens. This workshop will provide supervisors with: Knowledge and skills to help the supervisee better understanding the complexities of working therapeutically with clients who have experienced trauma; Insight into the personal, professional, organisational impact of trauma; Supervision strategies and processes to ensure that trauma informed practice remains at the forefront of practice when working with clients who have experienced trauma; A framework/model of reflective practice in trauma-informed supervision management; and in response to COVID-19, additional information is covered regarding the challenges of working within an environment of rapid change and stress and working with clients impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.



This course is endorsed by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). However, this is not an ACA/PACFA accredited supervisor course - for those seeking to become an Accredited Supervisor with either ACA or PACFA please refer to our Accredited Supervisor Courses

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Reflective Practice and Parallel Process in Supervision (7 CPD hours)
30 November 2022, 10.00am-5.00pm AEST (online)
Fees: $360 (earlybird); $400 (standard)

This workshop covers theory and practice in implementing a reflective practice framework for supervision. The workshop provides supervisors an understanding of how to apply reflective practice within a competency-based supervision model of practice. Participants will develop meta-competencies for setting up, facilitating and evaluating supervisee reflectivity in practice. Participants will learn the process of dialogical reflectivity using the micro-skill of immediacy in supervision to facilitate relational engagement and develop supervisee relational competence. The workshop will assume supervisors already have the foundational core competencies of establishing a competency-based framework for supervision and will extend on this knowledge in using reflexivity-in-action. Pre-reading resources are provided, including revision documents of competency-based supervision. In response to COVID-19, additional information is covered regarding how to apply reflective practice remotely using Telehealth means of delivery for both individual and group supervision formats. Relational factors such as client-supervisee-supervisor parallel processes will also be examined, with critical reflection of the supervisor- supervisee dynamics.


This course is endorsed by the Australian Counselling Association (ACA). However, this is not an ACA/PACFA accredited supervisor course - for those seeking to become an Accredited Supervisor with either ACA or PACFA please refer to our Accredited Supervisor Courses

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