Reflexivity and Systemic Supervision

With John Burnham

Date: Tuesday 12th November 2019

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


A contemporary look at reflexivity within the supervisory process with John Brunham. John is a Systemic Psychotherapist working in the independent and public sectors. His practice includes therapy, supervision, training, consultation and writing.

His main clinical work is with children, young people and families at Parkview Clinic in Birmingham where he is employed as a Consultant Systemic and Family Psychotherapist and previous Director of the Systemic Training Programme. John has 40 years of experience working with families, couples and individuals. He is a trainer and formerly Director of Training at Kensington Consultation Centre (KCC) in London. As well as training in the UK he teaches in a variaty of contexts including Scandinavia, Netherlands, USA, South America and Romania. He has published numerous articles on the systemic approach to therapy, consultation, training and supervision. He is sole author of the classic text 'Family Therapy: First steps towards a systemic approach', published by Routledge, and editor of the Special Edition of Human Systems known as 'Voices from the Training Context'. His model 'Approach, Method and Technique' is widely used in a variety of training contexts. Currently he is writing a book on Systemic Supervision.


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