Diploma in Clinical Supervision and Consultancy

Published on 11/02/2016 by

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Date/Time
Date(s) - Thursday, February 11, 2016
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Location
NAOS Institute - Ealing, London

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“The course is a challenge to all therapists wanting to become supervisors. Proper, thorough … and in depth training of this quality should be mandatory for all supervisors….” – M.C. 2012

OVERVIEW
This course was established 20 years ago by Bernd C. Leygraf in response to the needs of practitioners who felt that experience as clinicians was insufficient preparation for the work of a supervisor. Over the years the course continued to evolve distinct supervision competences, with input from graduates of the programme as well as the Institute of Group Analysis (UK), The Institute of Psychiatry (UK), several UK Health Authorities, the Gestalt Institute Cleveland and particularly Jane Ridley (Intimacy in Crisis, Whurr 2005) both Joseph Zinker (In Search of Good Form, GICPress 1998) and Sandra Cardoso-Zinker.

Recent UKCP guidelines on supervision recognition are integrated into the course. The course is now accredited by the National Council for Psychotherapists (NCP).

Currently the course is scheduled to run for 11 months and aims to prepare students for individual accreditation with BACP, AHPP, COSRT, UKCP and others.

We offer an evening module plus 2 weekends, a total of 112 contact hours.

WHO IS IT FOR?
The course is open to qualified counsellors, psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers, coaches, nurse managers, psychologists, therapeutic community managers and case workers in organisational settings. The theoretical orientation of the course is Integrative, encouraging course participants to develop a supervision philosophy in line with this. It is envisaged that this will enable trainees to work within their own theoretical field as well as across theoretical differences. The course community is drawn from a wide range of modalities and disciplines supporting a rich and fertile learning environment. The course leans towards the relational aspects of supervision.

SCHEDULE
The course is offered on 2 Weekends (10.00 – 17.00) plus 24 Thursday Evenings from 18.00 – 21.30.
Total amount of 112 contact hours. Starting February 2016, ending November 2016.

Block 1
11 February, Thursday evening
18 February, Thursday evening
25 February, Thursday evening
3 March, Thursday evening
10 March, Thursday evening
17 March, Thursday evening
24 March, Thursday evening
7 April, Thursday evening

Weekend 1
21 May and 22 May

Block 2
2 June Thursday evening
9 June, Thursday evening
16 June, Thursday evening
23 June, Thursday evening
30 June, Thursday evening
7 July, Thursday evening
14 July, Thursday evening
21 July, Thursday evening

Block 3
29 September, Thursday evening
6 October, Thursday evening
13 October, Thursday evening
20 October, Thursday evening
27 October, Thursday evening
3 November, Thursday evening
10November, Thursday evening
17 November, Thursday evening

Weekend 2
26 November and 27 November, weekend

MORE INFORMATION
www.naos-institute.com/training/