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[CPD Opportunity] Practitioner Development Supervision Group

29/11/2022 16:07 | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Practitioner Development Supervision Group

A small, innovative group process for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

with Michele O’Brien MIAHIP

Another opportunity to participate in this year-long professional group learning experience

➢ Would you like to upgrade your skills and approach?

➢ Enhance your Practice?

➢ Be part of a small, intimate group to hone your craft?

➢ Rejuvenate and rediscover your passion for the work?

Covid-19 acutely impacted and challenged the work of psychotherapy. Many therapists feel depleted and overwhelmed.

Participation in this group is an opportunity to reflect on how your practice has shifted in this changing world and help

to ground these changes and harness this experience to become cutting edge practitioners.

➢ Seek out your future therapist self; authentic, unique and dynamic

➢ Learn from client and clinical experience with awareness – what is trying to emerge from within the field?

➢ Discover how the field of family, society, culture may be at play in influencing the work

➢ Understanding and awareness of inner experience and outer relationship

➢ Participation in a shared collaborative learning space and transformational process

➢ Explore the changing paradigm in psychotherapy and working in an uncertain world

➢ Work at the edge of practice and the continual development of best practitioner self.

Course Details:

This small, innovative learning group will take place monthly online via Zoom, Wednesday 10am to 1pm.

6 participants, 10 monthly sessions commencing 25th January 2023 and continuing until November 2023 (excl Aug)

Fee: €600

Suitable for therapists at every experience level. Most important is a willingness to engage and commit to the process.

For further details and to apply contact:

Michele O’Brien 087 2564189 michele@micheleobrien.ie

About Michele - Michele is a practicing psychotherapist with over 20 years’ experience including 10 years’ experience in supervision. Trained at Dublin Counselling & Therapy Centre, she later completed a Masters in Supervision with NUI, Milltown Institute.

Michele sees supervision as a dynamic process, focussing on creating a collaborative learning space, with the client at the centre and brings a refreshing, creative approach, incorporating process work, art, movement, nature and humour. Michele provides supervision to psychotherapists at different levels of experience; trainees, pre-accredited and experienced therapists, both in private practice and in groups for therapists in organisations.

In 2016 Michele presented her body of research work at IAHIP conference “Keeping Psychotherapy Relevant to These Changing Times” and subsequently other supervisory and therapy conferences. This research has been a core motivation and has informed her practice. This is constantly evolving, tested and upgraded.

At the Dublin IAPOP 2018 conference Michele presented her critique on the complex role of the supervisor, holding the tension between legal and ethical requirements, staying in relationship and supporting each individual client and therapist.

Michele maintains a private practice in Kenmare, her home for 30 years. Her work is supported by a daily meditation practice, time spent in nature, swimming, gardening and creative expression through art textiles.

The Irish Association of Humanistic
& Integrative Psychotherapy (IAHIP) CLG.

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email: admin@iahip.org

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