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Professional and short courses

Supervision Skills

This course combines academic and experiential approaches to supervision, developing the supervisory skills of practitioner psychologists and the wider psychological workforce.

This course is accredited by the British Psychological Society (BPS). This means that you can gain formal recognition of your supervisory skills by fulfilling the criteria for entry on the Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (RAPPS). It is delivered over 3 day, followed by an optional 1 day masterclass. The 1 day masterclass is also available as a standalone option if you have already completed supervision skills training.

British Psychological Society (BPS)

Blended learning

  • Duration – 3 days
  • Dates and times

    Upcoming teaching dates will be available soon.

  • Time – 10:00am to 4:45pm

Course Fees

£750 Full 3 day course

£250 1 day masterclass

Course information

The 3 day course covers:

  • Supervision principles and goals
  • Contracting and ethics
  • Professional and regulatory frameworks
  • The reflective practitioner
  • Contemporary models of supervision for practitioner psychologists
  • Methods, techniques, and responsibilities of psychology supervisors
  • Managing the supervisory relationship
  • Giving and receiving feedback
  • Anti-oppressive practice
  • Transcultural perspectives
  • Nurturing the internal supervisor
  • Integrative and relational approach to supervision


The optional 1 day masterclass covers:

  • Responsibilities of a supervisor working with trainees and peers
  • Theoretical perspectives to peer and group supervision
  • Anti-oppressive practice
  • Integrative and relational approach to supervision
  • Experiential practice – group and peer supervision

How will I learn?

Each day of the course runs from 10:00am to 4:45pm. It is delivered through interactive workshop sessions, which may be online or on campus. Each day also includes experiential supervision skills practice.

During the course you will draw on your experiences in practice to reflect on and discuss the theory, skills and concepts explored.

Course leaders

The staff team teaching on this course are all experienced practitioner psychologists and supervisors on the RAPPS register or equivalent. They are part of the DCounsPsych Doctoral team at York St John University.

How to apply

When dates for this course are confirmed, booking links will be available on this page.

For any enquiries about these courses please contact

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