HOW TO GET THE BEST FROM YOUR SUPERVISION
A WORKSHOP FOR SUPERVISEES
Quality supervision helps practitioners stay robust and invigorated in their work, stay in touch with core professional values and ethics, and provide the best possible service to their clients/patients.
Supervision is most effective for supervisees, their organisations, and their clients, whensupervisees know how to establish and maintain a constructive supervisory relationship and fully engage in the supervision process.
Feedback shows that supervisees who have attended this workshop are consistently more proactive, are better prepared, and are much more satisfied with the outcomes of their supervision.
The workshop is enjoyable, practical, and practice-based. Margaret provides easily understood theoretical material, and plenty of opportunities for practice and group discussion.
Come to this interactive, practical, and enjoyable workshop, and find out:-
Ø How to make supervision work for you and your clients
Ø What to look for, what to ask for, what you deserve, from supervision
Ø What it really means, in practical terms, to be a reflective practitioner and how to prepare for your supervision sessions.
Ø How to recognise a good supervisor
Ø What it’s appropriate to talk about in supervision sessions
Ø Easy ways to make supervision sessions useful and productive
Ø How to negotiate an individual agreement with your supervisor
Ø How to give honest feedback to your supervisor
A comprehensive handbook is provided for each participant.
Sally Watson provides this invaluable training for all human services workers who engage in, or intend to engage in, regular reflective supervision.
Contact Sally at firstname.lastname@example.org to organise this course in your organisation or to find out about "public" courses which you can attend as an individual.
“Often supervisees are left to learn about supervision as they go along, on a wing and a prayer. That seems to be far too risky an approach for such an important element of personal wellbeing and professional competence.”
Michael Carroll (2014) Effective Supervision for the Helping Professions. Sage.