This four-session, online CPD course is designed to enable seasoned therapists and supervisors to have a conversation together and case discussions linked to relational theory and ethics and other various themes that emerge when offering relational TA supervision.
Relational Transactional Analysis clinical practice draws on the wisdom that tells us no two therapeutic relationships are the same. each is unique to itself and requires a different response and approach. Relational TA Supervision is the same. At its heart is the uniquely formed supervisory relationship, a kind of supervisory working alliance.
Together we will address the themes that can arise for the supervisory pair when working within this frame, such as the self-authorisation and mutual empowerment of the working pair, the teach/treat boundary, stuck places, anxieties, mistakes and co- transferences.
This online course will be held via Zoom. Participants will be required to attend each session and have their cameras on during each course session, and we ask that they attend from a private space where others cannot hear the discussions that will occur during the sessions. The course meetings will not be recorded.
Carole Shadbolt MSc, (Psych).CTA TSTA CQSW Dip.App. Soc.Sci Dip Supervision UKCP Registered Psychotherapist. Maintains an independent clinical and supervisory practice, has authored several articles and is a founder member of The International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis.
These workshops are targeted at senior practitioners (PTSTA/TSTA) from the psychotherapy field.
IARTA Members £80 – Non-Members £160
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