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Course Outline

   

This one day course will examine the theory and application of process within a group supervision context. There will be opportunity to practise the role of facilitator and space to try out a range of useful techniques to deal with conflict, encourage decision making, offer support and ensure all perspectives are heard.

   

Aims

   
  • To give participants insight into a range of approaches to use when facilitating effective group supervision
  • To further develop participants’ skills and confidence to deliver effective group supervision
  • To offer a brief introduction to group work theory and models that will inform and underpin practice
   

Objectives

   
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:
  • Consider the importance of the environment and process involved in group supervision
  • Understand Tuckman’s ‘Stages of a Group’ and the main’ types’ of groups
  • Observe and practice a range of approaches in facilitating group supervision, including scenario planning, decision-making, ‘Hearing all Perspectives’, group sculpt and ‘from gut reactions to professional decision-making’
   

Agenda

   
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