29th, 30th April and 1st of May
Jim Sheehan, Jim Wilson and Barbara McKay
Book all 3 days for the reduced rate of £370.
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.
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.
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.