This course will introduce students to the Seven-Eyed Model (Hawkins and Shohet, 1989) which is in keeping with the BACP (2021) Supervision Competency Framework.
The Counselling Supervision course consists of four main areas of study that are pursued throughout the programme:
· Professional and Ethical Practice
· Theoretical perspective
· Developing and Practicing Counselling Supervision Skills
· Personal Development
We encourage students to develop global citizenship through an awareness of cultural diversity as well as individual differences, through experiential exercises and personal reflection, cultivating cultural competence as well as developing self-awareness and acceptance. This module aims to provide our graduates with discipline expertise through instilling a critical knowledge of theory, ethics and practical supervision skills.
1. ANALYSE AND EVALUATE OWN PRACTICE IN RELATION TO THE USE OF SUPERVISION THEORY, PRACTICAL SKILLS AND ETHICS.
2. DEMONSTRATE COMPETENCE IN USING THE VARIOUS MODES OF SUPERVISION AND ETHICAL PRACTICE.
3. DEMONSTRATE AN ABILITY TO FACILITATE A PROFESSIONAL SUPERVISORY RELATIONSHIP.
4. EVIDENCE AND COMMUNICATE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONAL GROWTH AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS.
· 30-minute recording of supervision session conducted by the student. (PASS/FAIL)
· A 10-minute power point presentation analysing and evaluating the practical skills and ethical practice demonstrated in the 30-minute recording of a supervision session conducted by the student. (100%)
• Minimum level 4 diploma in Counselling
• Minimum of 1.5 years post qualification experience or completion of 450 practice hours.