This two-day workshop aims to provide an introduction to relational supervision and to explore the role and expectations associated with becoming a cognitive analytic therapy (CAT) supervisor. Several theoretical models of supervision relevant to CAT will be discussed and participants will be encouraged to consider and reflect on their own patterns and strengths as a supervisor. Capabilities and skills required for both individual and group supervision will be discussed. The workshop will provide theoretical, didactic and experiential modes of learning to build knowledge, skills and confidence.
The learning objectives for this workshop are to:
- review the competencies required of a CAT practitioner;
- consider how the CAT model can guide supervision;
- develop an understanding of theoretical models of supervision;
- practise relational supervision skills; and
- consider individual learning needs (with respect to being a CAT supervisor).
This workshop is for those who are accredited or are eligible for accreditation with the Australian and New Zealand Association of Cognitive Analytic Therapy (ANZACAT) as CAT practitioners and are considering applying to train as a CAT supervisor. If you are not sure if you are eligible, please email [email protected].
The dates for this two-day workshop are yet to be confirmed.
Please contact us at [email protected] to register your interest if you would like to attend this training.
This training course is delivered at Orygen, 35 Poplar Road, Parkville 3052. Please note that this may change to an online format in response to COVID-19 restrictions.
If you would like to discuss tailored training packages, please contact us at [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
$110.00 AUD including GST.