As of November 2017, this course is fully accredited by the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT).
Specialist training in Systemic Supervision
This course will be delivered by a team of highly experienced systemic trainers and teachers, with input from those recognised nationally in the field. Previous lecturers have included Hannah Sherbersky, Mark Rivett, John Burnham, Catherine Butler, Judith Lask, Jeremy Woodcock, Nick Sarra, Fiona Miller and Amy Urry.
This course will provide high-quality training in the key skills required to be a systemic supervisor, drawing on a range of models and research, with a particular emphasis on evidence based practice and creative approaches within supervision. As of November 2017, this course is fully accredited by the Association for Family Therapy and Systemic Practice (AFT).
Teaching will consist of lectures, tutorials and a monthly Supervision group. Teaching will take place monthly on a Monday and Tuesday, there will be a mixture of face-to-face and online teaching.
|3,000 word essay on an aspect of supervision covered in the curriculum
|Submission of a recording of supervision with a critical commentary, and an outcome measure of the supervisory relationship
|2,000 word reflective log of supervision practice and learning and development as a supervisor, and a record of their supervisory practice signed by their supervisor
Who is the training for?
Applications are invited from AFT-registered Systemic Family Therapists, usually with three years post-qualifying experience. Please contact us if you have any questions about eligibility.
10 months (part time)
How to apply
Please contact the Programme Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more infomation on the course please contact any of the following:
For more detailed information please email the Programme Lead, Hannah Sherbersky: H.Sherbersky@exeter.ac.uk