1 hour /// Online or In-person
Strength based support is grounded in Group Supervision. In this facilitated process you’ll come together with colleagues to share, learn and develop your skills in an honest and safe environment.
While topics can include any aspect of practice they are typically casework related and/or practitioner challenges. The process may be used to share new information and discuss its implementation.
Group Supervision parallels casework as strengths are assumed and the conversation supports practitioners to reflect on their practice and attempt new or different strategies emerging from the wisdom of the group. A paramount aspect of is confidentiality and allowing space for expression while honouring all present.
The process references the Column Approach which incorporates strength based support in conversation and the recognition of strengths based markers which form the foundation for the next steps.
Group Supervision is suitable for team members from a common field of work and those from different practice arenas who may choose to support each other. Anyone who wants to increase their self-awareness and their understanding of the power of their connection & presence with clients will find the Strengths Approach to Supervision a great way to develop their skills and knowledge whilst having a powerful experience of group work.
Where: Online via the Zoom webinar platform or in person
Rate: $110 per hour
Contact Bernadette for more information.
Group supervision occurs face to face or online and usually occurs monthly or bimonthly, depending on the needs of the group and or the policy of the organisation. This mode of supervision offers strength based support and works best with groups of 6-8 to allow space for maximum participation and expression by all involved.
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One to One Supervision is also available to supervisors. See the booking calendar or call Bernadette on +61417 601 817 to discuss your specific requirements.
Group Supervision can be very powerful when we feel safe and supported. That’s the key, to focus on the learning and to feel vulnerable enough to share.