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Saturday, 1 July 2017 from 10:00 to 16:00

Supervision in Psychotherapy

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Supervision in Psychotherapy: A Psychodynamic and Relational Approach

 

A one-day workshop with Dr Diana Shmukler 

London, July 1st 2017, 10:00AM to 4:00PM

 

Utilising learnings from a case-study of an extremely challenging and yet successful long-term individual therapy, this workshop considers how even experienced therapists can sometimes feel exasperated with certain therapeutic relationships. Progress seems stalled and psychoanalytic techniques allow for little headway. While supervision may be at hand, the dilemma remains whether we are being too rash in translating supervision input into therapeutic action. Equally, we might have delayed the call for supervision adding to the sense of therapeutic urgency.

Drawing on Winnicottian thought and real-life clinical material, the workshop explains why supervision is an integral part of any therapeutic endeavour. By integrating theory and practice, elucidating the efficacy of  two-person psychology and drawing attention to our subjectivities – Dr Shmukler demonstrates how the skilful use of supervision can have demonstrable impact on therapeutic outcomes – both for straightforward and complex cases.

The workshop will be especially relevant for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists, practitioners and students of integrative psychotherapy, counsellors and psychiatrists. By drawing our attention to how our clients perceive therapy, when and how we should seek supervisory assistance; and also explaining how our provision of supervision can benefit from a flexible approach – Dr Shmukler’s explanations allow us to:

  • Respond better to relational needs
  • Work cognitively with transference

with a view to re-evaluating our theoretical approach, and hence enhancing our therapeutic efficacy. 

About the speaker

Diana Shmukler, Ph.D, is an integrative and relational psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer registered with the UKCP. She is a clinical psychologist with the Health Professions Council in the UK and South African Medical and Dental Council, as well as a teaching and supervising transactional analyst (TSTA). She is currently Visiting Professor at the Metanoia Institute in London, the University of Middlesex and also the University of Utrecht, Netherlands.

In addition to being a published author and internationally sought after public speaker, Diana is a mentor and supervisor to psychotherapists, counselors, supervisors and teachers of Psychotherapy. She has consulted for large organisations in South Africa, Australia and London, working on their Leadership Development Programs for Senior Executive Teams.

 

Her latest book: Supervision in Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy; A case study and clinical guide was published by Routledge: London and New York in 2017.

Workshop Schedule

 

10:00AM: Session 1: The Use of the Self as a supervisor and therapist

11:30AM: Coffee Break

11:45 noon: Session 2: Transference/ Countertransference as the central dynamic. How does this emerge in the ‘Parallel Process’

1:30PM: Lunch (a light lunch is provided as part of the workshop)

2:30PM: Session 3: working withnegative transferences, ruptures and ‘mistakes’, in supervision

4:00PM: Close


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Broadway House
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SW1H 9NQ London
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Saturday, 1 July 2017 from 10:00 to 16:00


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