A critical examination of a range of theoretical and practical approaches to professional supervision. An in-depth exploration of the models of supervision for health, counselling and human service contexts, will include the development of anti-oppressive supervision practice and an integration of advanced knowledge, skills and values of supervision.
This course is delivered on-campus through 3 X 2 day block teaching days and is open to students from a range of professions. Students will study the following topics:
Approaches to supervision: reflective learning processes, critical thinking and diversity.
Strengths–based practice and developmental, psychodynamic and process models of supervision.
Resilience and stress
At completion of this course, students will be able to: Critically examine a range of approaches to professional supervision including reference to key research findings. Discuss anti-oppressive and inclusive approaches to professional supervision. Model critical thinking in order to promote supervisees’ reflective and reflexive practice. Demonstrate a range of advanced strategies in professional supervision practice.
Currently scheduled classes
2022 Epsom (Semester 2): On-campus block sessions on Tuesdays 19 July, 16 August and 27 September; Wednesdays 20 July, 17 August and 28 September; and Monday 26 September, 9.00 am – 12.00 pm and 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm.
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This course can be taken as a taught course in the following programmes: