Clinical Intervision Group: Facilitated Peer Supervision | Melissa Dunlop

Clinical Intervision Group: Facilitated Peer Supervision | Melissa Dunlop

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Join our peer supervision group for counsellors and psychotherapists, facilitated by Melissa Dunlop.

About this event

This group is free for Professional Members of the Stillpoint Community. Please, find here details about it and join us (we offer a two-week free trial): https://stillpoint.org/index/membership

The Clinical Intervision Group is an opportunity for Stillpoint Professional Members to share their individual approaches, exchange theoretical influences, and understand psychotherapy and counselling through the different cultural and socio-political lenses that our countries of residency and our embodied backgrounds give us as a community.

This is also an opportunity to share experiences, concerns, support, and thoughts about the challenges of working online.

For those of you who are new to us, intervision is a term we use for facilitated peer supervision.

About the facilitator

Melissa Dunlop is a UKCP registered psychotherapist working online in private practice, and nearing completion of a PhD on fiction and psychotherapy at the Centre for Creative-Relational Inquiry (Sea Cry), University of Edinburgh.

Melissa works creatively and collaboratively with other writers and researchers in a variety of settings, and has contributed to a recently published book Artful Collaborative Inquiry.

Melissa’s therapeutic practice is grounded in humanistic principles, psychoanalytic theory and developmental research, integrated with embodied, psycho-social and post-human perspectives. While theoretically-informed, her stance as a practitioner-researcher is very much on learning through the senses, through practice and experience, particularly experiences of being in relationship, whether online or in real life.

Format

DATES: Fortnightly on Mondays

TIMES: 7:30pm - 8:45pm BST/GMT

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New round: Sep 5, Sep 19, Oct 3, Oct 17, Oct 31, Nov 14, Nov 28, Dec 12.

How do I join?

A number of places are available for the new round starting in September 2022.

The Clinical Intervision Group is available to the Stillpoint Professional Members. Join us at https://stillpoint.org/index/membership

Intervision is a space where sensitive case material can be safely shared and processed and is only suitable for professionally active counselling and psychotherapy practitioners.

Upon completion of onboarding as a Stillpoint Professional Member, please sign up to join the Clinical Intervision Group via hello@stillpoint.org.

We will send you a Confidentiality Agreement, ask you which Professional Code of Ethics you adhere to and do you have Professional Liability Insurance. Please note that if you cannot name your accrediting body, you can´t join this intervision group.

More details about our groups

We usually begin by sharing what we are noticing arising for each of us in our practices and/or present experiences of the different social and cultural arenas we inhabit, and then move into specific client material and/or topics relating to practice. The group is facilitated to promote a warm, accepting and supportive atmosphere, with room for spontaneous engagement whilst also ensuring everyone has a chance to speak.

We ‘trust the process’ to allow us to have the conversations we need, and which will most help enhance our psychological availability to our clients. Sometimes these centre around a particular client and at other times broader themes related to practice become our focus.

Disclaimer

Please note that the views, opinions, and values expressed by presenters, participants, or any other individuals in relation to this event are not necessarily those of Stillpoint. Our aim is to provide a respectful space for open dialogue between our presenters, facilitators, workshop leaders and those who attend. If you would like to ask questions or provide feedback, please contact us at hello@stillpoint.org.

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