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SAT 21 MAR
Supervisors Forum- Dublin - Topic - 'Supervisors as Gatekeepers - the honour, the implications and the responsibility (21/03/20) CPDFREE Presenter: Karen Ward
Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport Stockhole Lane, Swords, Co. Dublin
21-03-2020   Registration from 9:30 Starts 10:00-15:00
5 CPD hours
Because of the rapidly evolving nature of the situation with COVID-19, the IACP have made the decision to postpone all scheduled IACP events for March and April.

Supervisors Forum Dublin - Clayton Hotel Dublin Airport


Presenters Bio:

Karen Ward, Is Based in her Dublin Clinic since 1997, Karen is a Counselling Psychotherapist and Supervisor (IACP) and Holistic Therapist. Her research at DCU encompassed a specific Energy Therapy technique to safely introduce non-denominational Spirituality into a Counselling setting. She now leads workshops countrywide and abroad to teach this technique to fellow health practitioners. Karen co-founded and runs Slí an Chroí School of Celtic Shamanism – holistic living in tandem with the cycles of nature - with her husband John Cantwell. She created the Moon Mná Women’s Celtic Circles offering Rites of Passage Ceremonies and online Courses worldwide. Karen is author of innovative book ‘Change a Little to Change a Lot’ and co-editor of ‘Soul Seers – an Irish Anthology of Celtic Shamanism’. She is a regular contributor to 'Naturally Good Health' magazine and RTE website's Brainstorm section. www.karenwardholistictherapist.com www.slianchroi.ie


Learning Objectives:

This lively, informative and important day highlights the oft unspoken element of the art and science of Supervision - the role of Gatekeeper. Some of us are faced with new trainees who do not understand the importance of this aspect and misunderstand the significance. For many when Supervision is a good match, all flows smoothly and therefore do not have to exercise these skills for many years, therefore this workshop will revisit these competencies in a CPD mode. During the Workshop together we will honestly and wisely look at the honour, the implications and ultimately the responsibility of this noble profession in relation to trainees, those seeking full accreditation and our long time Supervisees including peer work.


 CPD Certs will be emailed to participants after attendance at the Forum


Please Note:

IACP will continue to monitor the situation about the Coronavirus and will adhere to any further recommendations issued by the HSE and/or the National Public Health Emergency Team.
Our IACP planned events will continue but we do ask any attendee, if they have recently returned from an affected area, that they do not attend these events, and to follow the advice of the HSE here.

 


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