For team leaders, lecturers, managers and supervisors of counsellors, psychotherapists and case managers

Presenters: Jo Ablett and Cheryl Taylor

This PACFA endorsed program aims to develop and enhance supervisory skills within a Person Centred, Reflective framework. Using a person centred and creative approach, this program supports supervisors to develop and enhance skills that will equip them to supervise practitioners across a range of different modalities and presenting issues. The program is strongly influenced by the latest research in neuroscience and underpinned by person centred principles and a compassionate approach.


Drawing on the work of Hawkins and Shohet, Inskipp and Proctor, Michael Carroll and Joyce Scaife, we consider the following:

Models and Approaches
• Person centred
• Clinical Supervision
• Inskipp and Proctor
• Hawkins and Shohet Seven eyed model
• Michael Carroll
• Integrated Developmental Model
• Personal Style

Reflective Practice
• Cyclical models
• Holistic models
• Live methods

Online Supervision
• Structure and format
• Advantages
• Disadvantages
• Ethical issues

Cheryl Taylor and Jo Ablett have a solid foundation of Supervisory Training and experience gained over more than a decade of practice as Supervisors. For five years Cheryl and Jo have provided professional development for Supervisors. Cheryl is currently employed as a lecturer and supervisor at Cairn Millar and Jo is a Senior Trainer for Expressive Therapies Institute of Australia. Both are registered Supervisors with ACA, AAOS, ACSA and PACFA.
Cheryl and Jo are committed to supporting other practitioners in their professional journeys and to provide a safe space for those in supervisory roles, to reflect on and deepen their work.

This event counts as 6 hours of category A CPD for PACFA’s membership renewal requirements

For full details regarding the event please go to the website.

To book your place in this workshop, contact: Jo on 0417 078 792 or ablett@waterfront.net OR Cheryl on 0421 281 050 or Cheryl@kunaurracounselling.com

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

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