CPD Sydney Oct 2017

AAOS CPD Sydney Fri 27 October 

“Working with Difference in Supervision”

Note: This event will follow the AGM (9am to 10am)

WORKSHOP DETAILS

“Membership of the dominant group means that we will be unable to see many of the injustices which are so glaringly obvious to those that are affected by them..”     McLean (C. 2002: 70)

Given that both therapy and supervision encompass social power, we invite you to help us consider how we can best support and empower supervisees from a range of experiences and backgrounds. We have invited a panel of senior practitioners, representing different aspects of diversity, to respond to the question: “What do I need to know about you in order to supervise you?” They have been asked to consider this question both from an individual and a group supervision perspective. The panel’s answers will be followed by group discussion and experiential exercises designed to help broaden our perspectives and enhance our work as supervisors

 

 

Our Panel

Candy Jacques M App.Soc.Sc (Counselling)
Candy is a senior counsellor at the NSW Gender Centre and specialises in the challenges faced by the transgender, intersex and gender diverse community and offers supervision in this area. Her experience also covers crisis and complex trauma.

Adam McLean M (Counselling)
Adam is an existential psychotherapist, supervisor, educator and trainer with over 30 years experience. He is a Director of Centre for Existential Practice and a leading group therapist and group supervisor. In his private practice, Adam predominantly works with men from a diverse range of gender orientation and backgrounds.

Rev Aeryun Lee
Aeryun is from South Korea and is committed to working cross-culturally. She gained her qualifications in Australia and was ordained as a Church Minister in 2000. She served at Carlingford UC from 2000-2007 and, from 2007, has been serving at Forestville. Aeryun is now a grandmother and still has family in South Korea.

Dr Matagi Vilitama PhD (Theology)
A Pacific Islander from Niue, Matagi has worked with the Uniting Church for 8 years. A family man, he has served and studied in New Zealand where he obtained his early qualifications before moving to Australia in 2009 where he gained a PhD in Theology from Charles Sturt University.

 

 

Date 
 
Fri 27 Oct 2017
 
Time
(9.00am – 10.00am – AGM)
10.30 am – 4.30pm – Workshop
Location
 
Loft & Earth (formerly The Intuitive Well)
Level 1, 70 Bronte Road
Bondi Junction NSW 2022
Cost
FREE for current AAOS Members
Non-Members: $250/$220 Early Bird before 27 September 2017 (or see special offer below)
Special Offer

Special Offer for Non-Members:
Become a member of the Association for the year ending April 1st 2018 for the cost of this CPD Event. Just download and complete the relevant documentation from here. Send the completed form and attach the receipt from this CPD event as your payment. Forms and receipt from this event must be received by 27th November 2017 to take advantage of the offer.

PD Hours
5
Access & Parking
 
Wilson Parking
61/77-79 Hall St Bondi Beach NSW 2026
or
Westfield Bondi Junction (first 2 hours free)
Train to Bondi Junction or buses along Bronte Road
Meals
 
 
Morning & Afternoon Tea provided. BYO lunch or purchase at local cafe

 

Registration

 

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