This training will contain theory, experiential learning, and opportunities for supervision practice, and can be used as either an arts therapy based PD opportunity, or towards registration as an approved supervisor with ANZACATA. It is best suited to experienced professional members, as it assumes a working clinical knowledge and experience in arts therapy.
As well as the intensive 3 day weekend, participants will be expected to engage in supervision practice with other participants during the weeks after the zoom based learning in order to complete the required number of hours to register as an ANZACATA supervisor. An information pack will be sent out closer to the date of the training with more information and recommendations for the training.
Supreet lives in Auckland, New Zealand, and is a graduate from Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design. She has specialised in working in the field of addictions, and for the last few years, has also begun doing trauma work. Supreet has a strong interest in supervision, and enjoys the complexity of ethics and ethical dilemmas.
A maximum of 15 members will be admitted to the online supervision training course and the cost is $350 (AUD) for each participant. GST must be added to those in Australia who participate.
23-25 April 2021
Day 1- 1pm to 5pm NZT
Day 2- 1pm to 7pm NZT
Day 3- 1pm to 7pm NZT
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