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Aspects of Supervision Workshops

Aspects of Supervision is a series of five 2 hour workshops looking at different elements of the supervisory relationship.

Each of the workshops will take you on a deep dive into key aspects of supervision, covering identity, creativity, power, use of self and integration. You will take part in experiential learning, grounded in theory , as well as small and large group discussions.

Workshop dates: 10 May 2023 , 7 June 2023, 12 July 2023,

6 September 2023, 1 November 2023

All workshops are online 6.00 - 8.00pm UK time

**SPECIAL OFFER - sign up to all 5 and get 10% off**

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Five 2 hour workshops May to November 2023    Online   

Workshop Information

Workshop information

Choose to attend one workshop or all five, the choice is yours. Each workshop explores a key theme of supervision and includes theory, discussion and experiential learning.

  • Five 2 hour workshops on key aspects of supervision for those who are established on their journey as mental health or helping professionals. 

  • For those already working in, interested in, or considering moving into a supervisory role.

  • Workshops take place online - no restriction of location

  • Inclusive and welcoming environment

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Two Trainers' Expertise

Ronen Stilman and Bev Gibbons co-teach these workshops giving double the expertise of having one trainer. This also means that in the co-training relational encounters, we experience the disturbance of the other’s difference, which adds challenge and diversity of approach.

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Who Am I Today?
My Identity as a Supervisor

Wednesday 10 May 2023
6.00 - 8.00pm, £25

Join us in this experiential workshop and explore your identity as a supervisor. What do you believe about supervision and what it is for? How does that link to your personal philosophical core? How might that connect to and differ from your other roles such as therapist? Client? And more…As a new or an experienced supervisor there is lots to discover                         


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Supervision, the process, the relationship, can

Power and Diversity in Supervision
Wednesday 12 July 2023
6.00 - 8.00pm, £25

create the conditions for ethical dilemmas related to

the power held by the supervisor.

We are interested in how we move from supervisor as ‘expert’ with power over, to a more pluralistic position of supervisor who has power with and is an engager in a collaborative relationship where meaning is co-created and difference is valued.


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Integration in supervision: Views from the Helicopter
Wednesday 1 Nov 2023
6.00 - 8.00pm, £25

The word supervision means a view from above, a perspective that sees all and facilitates integration of parts. Join us in a discussion about supervision - ask questions, bring discussion points, share experiences, make meaning, learn and pass on your knowledge.


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Creativity in Supervision
Wednesday 7 June 2023
6.00 - 8.00pm, £25

In this experiential workshop we will explore the idea of working intuitively in a relational process in supervision using creative methods.

Creativity provides an experience that gives us different perspectives that we can then make meaning from. ‘Stuck’ points in supervision can be shifted in this way.


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Drawing on the work of Frawley-O’Dea & Sarnat, Chinnock and Fowlie we invite you to consider with us the possibilities 

presented by a relational

approach to addressing supervisee conflicts and relationship problems that get in the way of the supervisees work. We will explore the conditions needed for this rich and transformational way of working.

Working at the Teach Treat Boundary in Supervision
Wednesday 6 Sept 2023
6.00 - 8.00pm, £25

Diploma in Supervison

In addition to these workshops, Bev and Ronen are running a one year part-time Diploma in Supervision course. Click on the image below for more details.

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About the trainers

Ronen Stilman TSTA(P)

Ronen has a psychotherapy and supervision private practice in Edinburgh. In addition he is a core tutor at Physis Scotland.

Bev Gibbons TSTA(P)

Bev has many years of experience of counselling, psychotherapy and training within the not for profit sector. Bev offers therapy, clinical and non-clinical supervision and training in her private practice in North Yorkshire. 


Both Ronen and Bev are registered in the UK (UKATA UKCP) and internationally (EATA and ITAA) as trainers and supervisors. They have many years experience in supporting, developing and training supervisors. 

Ronen Stilman - Supervision trainer
Bev Gibbons, Supervision trainer
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