Getting the most out of supervision: for Supervisees
Would you like to get more from your own supervision?
Are you keen to have a better understanding of how to prepare and drive your supervision?
Would you like to be clearer on your own learning goals to more strategically drive your professional and career development?
Supervisees aren’t always clear about what is expected of them or understand how to drive supervision or articulate their learning goals. We also don’t always understand what to expect from our supervisors and how to ask for what is needed in supervision.
Participating in supervision is a great opportunity to build clinical and professional wisdom and skills, to build confidence, professional identity and to maximise professional learning and development. Being able to lead your own supervision will help you to develop supervision skills for a time when you are supervising others.
This half day session provides the frameworks and skills to assist supervisees to maximise their learning. The session provides practical skill building opportunities for supervisee's at various levels of experience; including:
understanding the context of supervision as part of an on-going learning and development journey
skills in articulating learning goals in supervision
supervision that is focussed on the supervisee’s learning needs
understanding how to navigate proactive and reactive learning goals
ways to build an engaging supervisory relationship
how to contribute to a solid contracting process
how to prepare for and feel empowered to drive supervision
This training program will be delivered by Renee Arnott and Michelle Bihary, and is based on the training developed by Michelle Bihary over many years, throughout Australia and New Zealand.
As well as running this workshop through The Delta Centre, Michelle delivers in house supervision workshops, including presentations for supervisees on Getting the most out of Supervision, Contracting for Supervision, Supervision and Advanced Supervision Skills.
Dates and fees:
October 10th 2019, 9 am - 12:30 pm
Regular Rate: $180 + GST = $198
Cutoff Date: 4th October
To register and pay for the event, please click the 'Register Here' button below.
Fees can be paid in the registration form by
Invoice your Workplace
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As part of the training , you will receive a comprehensive workbook. It contains all of the workshop material, practical tools and frameworks. After the workshop you will be emailed an extensive list of resources. These are to help you utilise and consolidate the important concepts covered in the training which you can share with colleagues and your workplace.
A delicious morning tea will be provided.
Please indicate on your registration form, if you have any dietary requirements.
Registration for the workshops: Once we have received and processed your registration and payment, you will receive a confirmation via email, including venue and parking details.
Tax invoice receipts will be issued as soon as payment is made or processed and certificates of attendance will be emailed within a week of the workshop.
Cancellations may be received in writing up to 2 weeks ahead.
If you need to cancel up until that time, you will receive a refund less a 25 % processing fee.
If you are unable to attend the workshop, you are welcome to pass on your place to a colleague.
Should you have any further questions please click here to contact us.
Michelle Bihary has been a sought after supervisor since 1987. She provides supervision to a wide range of health, mental health and welfare professionals. She works with professionals form the level of new graduates, to the CEO level. Michelle works with professionals looking to build clinical skills in the mental health area, in particular therapeutic skills, such as individual, couple and family therapy skills, case management and skills for working in the mental health system. Michelle has extensive training and experience in a broad range of psychotherapeutic and systemic approaches.
Renee Arnott is an experienced Senior Occupational Therapist of over 15 years. She has worked in
varied roles across the Public Health sector primarily in Rehabilitation and Community Health. For the
past ten years she has worked in leadership roles within community health leading both Occupational
Therapy services and Integrated Care Teams. Prior to working in the health sector Renee worked
within a Human Resource team in private business.
She is passionate about transformational leadership that listens, empowers, engages and develops