Three helpings of supervision

29th, 30th April and 1st of May

Continuing Professional Development at IFT and the Corona virus.

To all our members, workshop attendees and loyal followers,

What times are these! At IFT we recognise that many of you may wish to continue your professional development, even though many of you will be working from home and otherwise restricted in social movement. We are busy devising ways you can do just that within the safety of your (hopefully) virus free surroundings.

We have arranged with our presenters to deliver a shorter version (3 hours) of their workshop via Zoom.  This has the advantage of you and them staying safe while still allowing for a community of learners to be established.

These will now be held from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with a short comfort break sometime during the morning.  Participants will receive 3 hours of CPD for each of the sessions, giving 1 day for two sessions, 1.5 days CPD for the three.

These will be offered at the reduced rate of £40 for each session or £100 for all three.

See below for details of each session.

To book your place please email Angela Vanriel.

Jim Sheehan, Jim Wilson and Barbara McKay

Book all 3 zoom sessions for the reduced rate of £100.

29th April: Jim Sheehan

The transformative potential of supervision dialogues

This workshop draws on hermeneutic theories to explore how dialogues at the hear of supervisory relationships carry the potential for transformation simultaneously in the worlds of therapies reported, the world of the supervisory relationship itself and in the personal life-worlds of both the supervisee and the supervisor.

To book your place please email Angela Vanriel.

30th April: Jim Wilson

Creativity in crisis? A systemic orientation to consultation

Systemic consultation is increasingly used in social care and independent settings to enhance creativity and good practice. This workshop aims to help consultants and practitioners look at what really matters and what fires creativity between us. We will explore co-creative possibilities within the consultant position that help sustain our passion in the jobs we do without losing sight of the real challenges faced by practitioners.

To book your place please email Angela Vanriel.

1st May: Barbara McKay

The personal is the professional – using personal turning points to invite a deeper understanding of our professional practices

This workshop invites participants to identify significant moments that they have encountered, both personal and profession. that have had an influence in the development of professional practice. This may bring forth a richer understanding of the ways in which all encounters and relationships contribute to our work.

To book your place please email Angela Vanriel.