Refresher in Clinical Supervision
Enhance your knowledge of clinical supervision and its benefits to practice.
Clinical Supervision, done well, can enrich the clinicians sense of practice and enhance and develop clinical skills which in turn create more empowering clinicians who are more effective in every day clinical practice. This workshop is designed to enhance your knowledge of clinical supervision and its benefits to practice.
- Location – York campus
- Duration – One-day study day
- Start date – Flexible
Facilitators - Matthew Cole - BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist
£95 For self-funded individuals
Health Education England funding available Funding criteria
What will I learn?
- Theory and Practice of Clinical Supervision
- Application of Clinical Supervision Processes to self and others
- Model of Supervision; Individual, Peer or Group Clinical Supervision
- Reflective Practice in Action (Self Practice/Self Reflection)
- How to apply Clinical Supervision to your clinical setting
What difference will it make to attendees?
Attendees should have a great understanding about the dynamic interplay within the clinical supervision process and be able to discuss the rational between individual and group supervision thus developing a model to supervision to reflect their practice and demands of the service.
Clinicians should notice positive benefits in their clinical practice by enhancing and complimenting current skill sets and adding regular clinical supervision to their scope of practice.
What difference will it make to my employer?
Organisations should benefit from clinicians who utilise effective clinical supervision to help manage the emotional, physical and psychological consequences of working with clients within an organisation structure, thus reducing overall levels of stress and burnout within the profession.
Course leader biographies
Matthew Cole is a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist who has been in practice for nearly 30 years. He has worked for a range of organisations including the NHS, the MOD, mental health charities and the private sector.
He has worked with a vast range of individuals, groups and organisations utilising restorative supervision skills to enhance and develop clinical practice and service delivery.