Power and Intersectionality in Systemic Supervision

AM: Catherine Butler; PM: Hannah Sherbersky

Date: Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Location: Room TBC, Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Streatham Campus


Catherine has always had a keen interest in how power plays out in clinical settings and this became a focus in supervision during her supervision training in Exeter in 2016. Since then she has presented on this topic at the AFT annual conference and continued to develop her thoughts in her own supervision and with those she supervises. She brings together learning and research on intersectionality and supervision in the workshop through teaching and experiential exercises.

Catherine Butler is a Systemic Psychologist and Consultant Clinical Psychologist. She currently works as Clinical Director on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Univeristy of Bath, and supervises in an NHS Couples and Family Service in an Adult Psychological Therapies Service in Bristol. She is a co-editor of Intersectionality, Sexuality and Psychological Therapies, as well as other chapters and articles that address power and diversity.


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