Training Videos for Therapists
Making the most of Supervision
Supervision is an essential component of a counsellor or therapist’s working life. For many trainees, however, the prospect of starting supervision can be a daunting one. They may well have heard about the supportive, formative and normative functions of the process, but they still find it all too easy to imagine that visiting a supervisor is pretty much the same as being called in to see the head teacher and be told off!
This double DVD package has been made for people who want to learn how to use supervision – for those who are just starting off as counsellors or therapists, perhaps - and who want to know how to get the best out of the supervision they’re offered. It consists of two DVDs. In the first of these Lesley Spencer & Els van Ooijen discuss with Mike Simmons the functions of supervision, how best to prepare for it, the ingredients of good supervision and how to respond if it starts to feel as if things are going wrong. In the second they demonstrate by means of two role plays an initial supervisory contract and a subsequent supervision session. This programme will be of real benefit to trainee and novice counsellors and therapists at the start of their careers and, perhaps, to more experienced ones too!
Lesley Spencer has been a senior lecturer in counselling with the University of Wales Newport, since 1994 and has worked as a counsellor and supervisor in health settings for many years. She is course leader for the Diploma in Consultative Supervision at the University of Wales, Newport
Dr Els van Ooijen has written a number of books on supervision, counselling and psychotherapy, including the well received "Clinical supervision: A Practical guide" and "Clinical supervision made easy: the three step method". She has a private supervision, psychotherapy and counselling practice and is a visiting lecturer to the Diploma in Consultative Supervision at the University of Wales, Newport.
double dvd set
total running time - 1 hours 54 minutes
Price £60 including UK P&P