Peer Supervision and Reading Group - A free event

  • 04 Apr 2014
  • 1:00 PM
  • 05 Dec 2014
  • 3:00 PM
  • Various - First meeting at National Gallery of Victoria
Presenter - Carolyn Cliff
Carolyn is a psychotherapist in private practice.  She has led supervision and reading groups for a number of years, finding them a valuable way to explore the complex world of therapeutic process.

Workshop Details
The aim of this group is to provide on-going peer support for practicing therapists.  

Being part of a group can be restorative for a therapist, allowing strengths to be recognized and perceived weaknesses to become less inhibiting.  The group can be a safe forum to work through issues that arise in our practice.

Ideas and issues relevant to the groups' needs will be explored through targeted readings from academic journals and other sources.  

This is to be an informal support group for practitioners, meeting monthly for 2 hours, with an emphasis on supplementing gaps in knowledge through readings and discussion.  This group is not intended to replace individual supervision.

The group will meet for 2 hours, once a month, from 1 to 3 pm. A minimum of 5 members is required and a maximum of 7.

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