30 & 31 March 2019
Lin Cheung and Helen Rowland will be co-facilitating a two day advanced supervision group from a relational perspective.
What is Relational Supervision?
The relational approach in supervision has as its focus the relational unconscious processes between client and therapist, therapist and group, therapist and supervisor. Using the resources of the group the supervision provides a place for the supervisor to explore, play and imagine possibilities in the work with their clients that can inform the clinical practice.
Helen Rowland and Lin Cheung will facilitate the supervision group in an exploration of the client material through the reflections, imaginings, fantasies and body responses of the group members.
Who is this workshop for?
Experienced practitioners with an interest in exploring the unconscious relational process in their clinical work.
About the facilitators
Lin Cheung is a co-director of the TA Training Organisation, trainer supervisor and a UKCP registered psychotherapist. She has a private supervision and therapy practice in Buxton and Stockport. Lin is interested in power dynamics, politics and social responsibility in psychotherapy and how people express their creativity in living their lives.
Helen Rowland is a psychotherapist, trainer and supervisor based in The Lightwell Practice in Skipton, North Yorkshire. Helen delivers workshops and training on a variety of topics including the therapeutic relationship, transference and countertransference and post-modernism. She is developing clinical theory and practice around the issues of diversity and marginalisation.
The workshop costs £180 for the 2 day course. Start and finish times are 10.00am – 5.00pm both days.