<i>Supervision & Practitioner Development</i>

clive oxford psychotherapy, counselling and supervision in hereford and herefordshire

<i>Supervision & Practitioner Development</i>
15th October 2018 
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Ph: 07743 955634
Hereford
 
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SUPERVISION

I have been supervising Counsellors and Therapists since 2001, having learnt my supervisory perspectives as an 'apprentice' to gifted, diverse and sometimes maverick supervisors and therapists.
In these times of uniformity and conformity of 'learning', I offer supervisees an opportunity to broaden and deepen their practice and perpectives; helping them develop an ownership of their unique ways of being as therapist, and the ability to be really curious about their clients.


PRACTITIONER DEVELOPMENT

'ENLARGING THE FIELD'

A MONTHLY PRACTITIONER DEVELOPMENT GROUP

FOR BOTH EXPERIENCED THERAPISTS, RECENT GRADUATES AND STUDENTS
AN ONGOING GROUP FOR UP TO EIGHT PEOPLE

CENTRAL HEREFORD - 1ST MONDAY OF THE MONTH 7.00 – 9.00pm
35 per month (PAYABLE 3 MONTHS IN ADVANCE)

This group will help you look at your own agendas, beliefs, culture and persuasions, and thus develop and own your unique style of working as a therapist; i.e. ‘where you’re coming from’, your own viewpoint. In this experiential group we will essentially work with what you bring; some of those issues that can profoundly affect your work as a therapist might be: how your gender effects your work, your culture, class, emotional involvement with clients, sexuality, money, power, working
NB This counts as CPD hours; certification is available on request.
for more information please email [email protected] or phone 07743 955634

PREVIOUS PARTICIPANTS SAID:

"I have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the professional development group. It was interesting having a space that defied labels such as: "supervision", "mentoring", "therapy" a curious space in which we could bring ourselves fully and be rather than perform, do, or search. It was a space in which we could share stories of triumphs and failure, lick our wounds and laugh.”

“We sometimes leafed through the rulebook questioning everything playfully. At times the group seemed to perform for me the role of a midwife, facilitating the birth of my identity as a newly qualified practitioner.”

“Clive is interested and curious about how we practice and who we are as individuals and therapists. As a group leader he can be funny, caring, profound, silly, irreverent and very generous in sharing his experience. He creates a safe, permission-giving space, is ready to help, advise, or just listen." SB

“Clive groups are always supportive, safe engaging and challenging places. He’s an incisive and insightful practitioner who is comfortable dealing with difficult subjects and remaining fully present in any discussion. I always leave with things to think about and feeling energised. There is also a lot of laughing! I would, and indeed have, recommend him.” LC