SATURDAY 17th & SUNDAY 18th JULY 2021

930am to 500pm (Both Days)

Cost: £150

“Counselling young people involves living with a perpetual sense of inadequacy, knowing that however good the session, many young people will go back to a world in which their parents are absent or don’t seem to care, a world full of unfairness to which young people must adapt at the same time as they’re adapting to all developmental changes going on in themselves. It’s tempting to reach for a manual, to cling to a set way of doing things, to follow teachings of one particular therapeutic modality. But with experience comes the confidence to be more adaptable to live with all the uncertainties, all the impingements.” Nick Luxmoore (2017)

Day One:

  • What is supervision? The purpose and tasks of supervision
  • Responsibilities of the supervisor and supervisee
  • Issues of diversity and difference

Day Two:

  • Themes of client Issues discussed in supervision
  • Ethics and legal issues
  • Emotional pressures of working with children and young people
  • Free session: supervision skills practice: either individual or group 

The workshop will be creative, experiential, and include space for supervision skills practice. We will also refer to BACP’s ethical framework and Place2be’s supervision policy.

HOW TO BOOK A PLACE ON THE WORKSHOP:

The Ellesmere Centre for Psychotherapy and Training
861 Holderness Road
Hull
HU8 9BA

Tel:                   01482 702571
Email:              admin@ellesmerecentre.co.uk
Web:                 www.ellesmerecentre.co.uk