Movement and the Body in Supervision
Embracing embodiment and somatic resonances in clinical supervision
6-8 May 2016
Claremont, Islington, London
Stimulate your and your supervisee’s resilience, creativity and spontaneity whilst working within a clear supervisory frame
During this two and a half-day training, there will be opportunities to attune to non-verbal body reactions and movements both as supervisee and as supervisor, facilitating the investigation of supervision themes and questions at an embodied level.
The weekend will consider when and how it may be helpful to focus on movement and the body in supervision; it will also offer some creative reflective time and discussions on bodywork ethics, diversity, touch, and consent with different client groups.
Theoretically located in the psychodynamic 7-eye supervision model by Hawkins & Shohet, within Action Methods and Dance Movement Psychotherapy, this weekend will also consider latest discoveries in social-neuroscience and implications for supervision.
This training will be of interest to anyone who holds a supervisory relationship with individuals and / or groups; including psychotherapists, arts therapists, managers, spiritual leaders and coaches, for example.
It is organised by Heart of Movement and facilitated by Céline Butté, MA, PGCert, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy informed practitioner, RDMP with Saturday guest teacher, Anna Chesner, MA, UKCP reg Psychotherapist, HCPC reg Dramatherapist, specialist in Psychodrama & Group Analysis.
Address: Claremont, 24-27 White Lion Street, Islington, London, N1 9PD
Time: Friday 5-8 pm Saturday 9.30 am -5.30 pm Sunday 10 am-4 pm
For more information and to register please contact Céline Butté at firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: This training is accredited by the UK Association for Dance Movement Psychotherapy (ADMP UK) as a recognised additional 15 hours CPD for those who complete a non-Dance Movement (Psycho)Therapy accredited supervision training programme.
Clinical Supervisors Training with Dance Voice
An eight weekend training that follows the ADMPUK criteria within a Person-Centered and creative framework. There will be an emphasis on reflective practice, and the development of a co created relationship between supervisor and supervisee that encompasses the core conditions.
This experiential training will explore the attitude and skills needed to successfully transition from DMP to clinical supervisor.
This training will be facilitated by Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapists who are also Registered Clinical Supervisors (with ADMP UK), with a wide range of clinical and supervision experience.
The Cost is - £1,200
The contact teaching time is: -
Saturday 9.00am - 5.30pm / Sunday 9.00am - 3.30pm
Dates are: -
Weekend 1, 14th & 15th May
Weekend 2, 11th & 12th June
Weekend 3, 2nd & 3rd July
Weekend 4, 30th & 31st July
Weekend 5, 10th & 11th September
Weekend 6, 1st & 2nd October
Weekend 7, 5th & 6th November
Weekend 8, 3rd & 4th December
The final written assignment will be handed in early 2017 (DTBC)
To apply the applicant must be able to provide evidence of being on the Private Practice Register.
For further information or an application form please contact Linsey Clark on email@example.com OR 0117 9532055
London Centre for Psychodrama
CREATIVE APPROACHES TO SUPERVISION
One year diploma course 2015-16
This one year (130 hr) diploma level course is for psychotherapists, counsellors, arts and play therapists, coaches and others interested in the supervision of practitioners from diverse fields.
This established course is accredited by BPA, and recognised by BADTh, organisational members of UKCP and HCPC respectively. It is also accredited by ADMP. Successful completion of the Training may lead to inclusion on registers of supervisors (subject to all other relevant criteria being met).
The course is based in psychodynamic and integrative principles, with a strong commitment to the creative process and the use of creative action methods in one to one, group and team supervision.
We welcome applications from practitioners from a variety of orientations and modalities.
Course Director Anna Chesner MA, UKCP reg Psychotherapist, HCPC reg Dramatherapist, specialist in Psychodrama & Group Analysis.
Céline Butté, MA, Dip. Creative Supervision, PGCert PHE, RDMP
Core staff members are published authors in the field of supervision and
related creative practice.
Module 1: Supervisory roles and relationships, contracting and ethics
Module 2: Practice issues, regular and crisis supervision
Module 3: Specialist perspectives
Module 4: Supervision of supervision, working with groups and teams
Trainees commit to a minimumof 8 sessions of supervision on supervision, 2 of which are included in the course fee. Each module includes action-based teaching theory and practice of creative methodology, live peer supervision
Further details on request.
Applications due by 15.6.15 Applicants must be at least three years post qualification.
To apply send a letter of intent, current CV, contact details for two referees, one of whom should be a current supervisor, passport sized photo and cheque for £70 to London Centre for Psychodrama to: A Chesner, London Centre for Psychodrama,Cawley Centre, Maudsley
Hospital, London SE5 8AZ
Fees: £2200, payable in instalments.
Training Venue: London Centre for Psychodrama, Cawley Centre, Maudsley Hospital, London SE5 8AZ
Dates and Times:
Workshops run over the following weekends and times:
Friday 7pm-9.30pm, Saturday 9.30am-6pm and Sunday 9.30am-5pm
September 25th – 27th 2015 February 26th – 28th 2016
October 30th – Nov 1st 2015 March 25th – 27th 2016
November 27th – 29th 2015 April 29th – May 1st 2016
January 29th – 31st 2016
Or Telephone: 020 7515 6342