Our highly respected supervision training has been praised by previous participants for its rigour, practicality and creativity. The emphasis during the training is on practice, underpinned with input on and discussion of theory and ethics – it’s ideal whether you’re just starting out in supervision or want to refresh your skills.
Who takes this course?
The Diploma in Supervision is designed for experienced individual or group practitioners, whether they are new to supervision or want to refresh their skills.
The aim of the course is for you to increase your skills in responding appropriately to practitioners with different levels of experience and to enhance your understanding of your ethical, pastoral and therapeutic responsibilities, both as a supervisee and a supervisor.
- Studying and developing the skills and theory for the task of supervision
- Exploring the dynamics of supervision
- Looking at the potential for creative methods to expand the repertoire of the supervisor
- Using your own supervisory experience either as supervisee or supervisor, to enact and critique live practice
- Scrutinising and discussing issues of importance including ethics, boundaries, institutional and organisational matters.
About the tutor
Jane Puddy UKCP is a gestalt psychotherapist with many years’ experience teaching and supervising gestalt practitioners in training. With a background in Dramatherapy (State Reg), Family Therapy and Group Analysis, she works in a variety of social work, psychiatric and forensic settings, contributing to the development of Counselling and Psychotherapy courses internationally as well as in the UK. She has been involved with the Gestalt Centre for over 35 years as both Faculty and as a Driector, and established the Centre’s Diploma in Supervision in collaboration with Gaie Houston. She is an Organisational Consultant, is UKCP and HPC registered and is an Honorary Psychotherapist for the Centre of Psychotherapy and Human Rights.
What our students say
“The teaching of the course allowed me to develop an insight on what is supervision, to challenge myself on my position as potential supervisor, and better understand my role.”– NS, MBACP Accred. & Reg. Psychotherapist
“Thank you for a thorough and thought provoking course that helped me deepen my work” – HR, UKCP Psychotherapist
“The Supervisor Training stands out for me as a time when I learnt how to use the support and encouragement forthcoming from both trainers. I also learnt about how to support myself to achieve something that I had not believed possible. It’s a good feeling.” – JD