Description

This workshop is part of the ongoing training in Dunedin, other trainees, AANZPA Practitioners and those interested in professional development are welcome to enrol.

This workshop will engage you, the supervisor, in focusing on your practice in the area of supporting your supervisees where there are ethical considerations.

Sometimes we find ourselves presented with a supervisee situation where there are clear ethical edges and our work as supervisors is involved with drawing attention to these, assessing the level of awareness and supporting decision-making that takes these things into account. At other times we might find ourselves hearing from a supervisee that they have received a complaint and we are involved in supporting them as they make an adequate response to the regulatory body or professional association concerned.

We will explore the territory of forming a question that captures an ethical dilemma so that we are better able to see the specific concerns present in what are often complex and multifaceted situations.

This workshop will be practical and experiential. It will assist you to understand and develop your roles as supervisor in the area of supporting ethical practice.

 

There will be an emphasis on dual relationships and Moreno’s developmental stages.

Enrol in Ethics and Supervision

Training in Action

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Workshop Code: tia-2021-ethics

Dates and Times

2 – 4 July 2021

Friday: 6.30 – 9:00 pm. Saturday: 10:00 – 4:00 pm. Sunday: 10:00 to 4:00 pm

Venue

SVD, Level 2, 31 Stafford Street, Dunedin

 

Fee

  • Full fee $330.00

Total training hours: 14.5 hours

Trainers

Hamish Brown

Hamish Brown

Hamish is a Psychodramatist, Trainer Educator Practitioner in training (TEPit) and delivers training in Auckland in Aotearoa New Zealand through the Auckland Training Centre for Psychodrama (ATCP).  (more...)

Maria Snegirev

Maria Snegirev

Maria is a Psychodramatist, Registered Psychotherapist and experienced group facilitator. She has been a member of AANZPA since about 2010 and has held various roles on the committee of the Otago branch. Maria studied at Otago and has a B.A. in Russian Language and Literature, and a Diploma in Teaching. She has 20 years experience of leading Non-Violence programmes and has completed level 1 of Imago training. (More...)