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Date for your Diary - In Person - Supervision, Self Care and the 7 Eyed Model (16/11/24) CPDFREE Presenter: Eve Menezes Cunningham Facilitator: TBC
Inish Mor Suite ,Connacht Hotel, Old Dublin Road ,Galway, H91 K5DD
16-11-2024   Registration from 09:30.a.m. Starts: 10:00. a.m. - 1600.p.m.
5 CPD hours
IACP Supervisors only

Places limited to 50

Event will open for bookings Friday 30th August 24

Date for your Diary - In Person - Supervision, Self Care and the 7 Eyed Model

Presenter's Bio:

Eve did her supervision training with Robin Shohet and Joan Wilmot (co creators, with Peter Hawkin, of the 7 Eyed Model) and their approach to using everything as information not only transformed her practice but featured in her book, 365 Ways to Feel Better: Self-care Ideas for Embodied Wellbeing, and is something that helps, still, in daily life.

Her work incorporates traditional talk therapy and coaching as well as somatic (body based) and energy approaches for a holistic approach. She is an IACP Accredited supervisor and counsellor, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Senior Accredited Supervisor and Past Chair of BACP Coaching, EFT International Accredited Mentor and Advanced EFT Practitioner, a Yoga Professionals UK Experienced Yoga Teacher and NLP Master Practitioner. ( She has been on IACP’s Editorial Committee since 2021 (Editor-in-Chief of the Irish Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy since February 2024) and editorial team for Rapport, ANLP’s NLP journal, since 2007. Eve’s work has been featured in hundreds of titles including Psychologies, Therapy Today, Coaching Today, the FT, the Guardian, Evening Standard, Metro, Mirror, Irish Country Magazine, Stellar and Cosmopolitan.

Event Outline:

Supervision, while essential for ethical practice, is also essential self care. A space to reflect on and hold your whole practice.

This experiential workshop will delve into Modes 4 and 6 of the 7 Eyed Model where we explore the supervisee (mode 4) and supervisor (mode 6).

By approaching the whole practice (and yourself) with as much curiosity and compassion as possible, USING all the information available (including unconscious processes and uncomfortable feelings) we can go so much deeper, in service of the client.

It’s an opportunity to reflect on (individually, in pairs/groups and the wider group) some of the highs, lows and in between moments. We’ll shine a light on what might be coming up for healing for supervisee and supervisor as well as becoming more familiar with the idea of being a detective and using everything as information in an appropriate way.

CPD Certificates will be sent out to all participants after attendance at the Supervisor Forums.

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