Online via Zoom link
Physis Scotland is delighted to be hosting a series of 5, interlinked online workshops, exploring key aspects of the supervision process.
The workshops are designed for newly qualified or experienced supervisors, to continue to develop your supervision skills and support you in your supervision practice. They can also be helpful if you are an experienced counsellor or psychotherapist who may be considering expanding your practice to offer clinical supervision. Perfect for anyone considering starting Physis Scotland’s COSCA validated Diploma in Counselling Supervision course, commencing October 2020.
13th July 2020 6pm – 8pm
Bev Gibbons PTSTA and Ronen Stilman PTSTA
The word supervision means a view from above. Join us in a discussion about supervision – ask questions, bring discussion points, share experiences, make meaning, learn and pass on your knowledge.
Bev Gibbons and Ronen Stilman share a little information about the content of the workshops.
Bev Gibbons, PTSTA
Bev is a PTSTA (P) and has a BA Hons in integrative counselling. She works as a trainer, supervisor and therapist in private practice, and is currently Chair of the UKATA Council.
Bev is passionate about getting TA ‘out there’ so that as many people as possible are aware of it and can have the opportunity to experience themselves positively through its great potential to transform. She is committed to working and developing work across all 4 TA fields, and to continuing to explore and experience the potential in relational, co-created processes. Bev is a Core Tutor at TA Training Organisation in Leeds, and co-teaches on the Physis Scotland COSCA validated Diploma in Counselling Supervision programme.
Ronen Stilman, PTSTA
Ronen is an experienced and qualified UKCP registered psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer, and has a private practice based in Edinburgh city centre. Ronen is a Core Tutor at Physis Scotland and also co-teaches on Physis Scotland’s COSCA validated Diploma in Counselling Supervision programme. He has previously taught in a variety of continuous professional development courses such as Working with Couples, Narrative Change Identity Structure and Post Natal Depression.
Workshop 1: ‘Who Am I Today? My Identity as a Supervisor‘ 1st June 2020
Workshop 2: ‘Creativity in Supervision‘ 8th June 2020
Workshop 3: ‘Power and Diversity in Supervision‘ 22nd June 2020
Workshop 4: ‘Working at the Teach/Treat Boundary in Supervision‘ 29th June 2020Remember book for the first 4 workshops and the 5th is free.