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Competency – Based Supervision

Date: 7 Nov 2019 - 9 Nov 2019


This workshop introduces participants to the competency-based model of clinical supervision that has now been widely adopted across the globe for professional training. Each of the main competency domains within supervision is described, and interactive exercises show participants how to address the development of competency domains within regular supervisory practice. Key elements of clinical supervision are incorporated into the workshop, including how to build a strong supervisory relationship, and techniques for encouraging reflective practice.

Learning Objectives

At the completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

- Describe the principles underlying effective supervision within a competency-based approach to supervision

- Demonstrate skills in: creating a safe supervisory relationship, setting goals in supervision, using reflective practice to build effective supervisee skills and values, providing feedback and use of evaluation in supervision


Mark Donovan is a Clinical Psychologist who specialised in Supervision as well as child and family work for over 25 years in Australia and the United Kingdom. He teaches and supervises the clinical psychology program at the University of Wollongong and is the director and supervisor of Northfield Clinic. He is the lead-trainer and partner of the Reflective Supervision Team.

Mark has previously worked in University and Health Service settings in the United Kingdom and Australia. Mark has trained supervisors for the Australian Psychological Society over the past five years as a Board-Approved trainer, delivering workshops on competency-based clinical supervision. Mark has run workshops in Singapore over the past two years to a range of local practitioners. Mark enjoys bringing workshop materials to life through interactive discussions, live demonstrations and skills practice.

Duration: 9 am to 5 pm

Venue: NTU@One North

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Contact: Email Organizer

$1200 - Super Early Bird [Before 7 Jul]
$1300 - Early Bird [Before 7 Sep]
$1400 - Normal [From 7 Sep]

Language: English

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