Workshop on Advanced Clinical Supervision: Group Supervision Models
Through didactic and experiential learning activities, participants in this 6-hour workshop will acquire knowledge and skills in utilising two group supervision approaches in their work with supervisees that help them go beyond providing case consultation. Participants who will benefit most from this workshop are experienced practitioners who have completed basic training in counselling/clinical supervision and experience in supervising trainees.
- Examine the structure and elements of Border’s systematic approach to peer group supervision
- Examine the structure and elements of a reflecting team approach to group supervision
- Recognise and examine major variables that affect the supervisory working relationship
- Discuss and apply group supervision techniques
- Discuss and examine some ethical standards of counselling supervision
- Apply supervision skills and techniques in role-play supervision scenarios
- Dr Ng Kok Mun
Professor of Counsellor Education in the Counselling Academic Unit at Oregon State University in Oregon, USA. Prof Ng’s professional credentials include Licensed Professional Counsellor, National Certified Counsellor, and Approved Clinical Supervisor. He returns to Malaysia regularly to visit and conduct counselling related training
- Mr Gideon Litherland
Clinical Counsellor, Supervisor, and Consultant at Veduta Consulting, LLC, in Chicago, IL. He is also a counsellor educator and supervisor, teaching and supervising at Counseling@Northwestern while pursuing his PhD in Counseling at Oregon State University.
Registration fees are non-refundable but substitute participant is allowed with one week notification.
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