Module 3: Integration
-Deepening the practice, refining supervision skills
-Resonance, parallel process
-Roles and responsibility
-Working with fear and resistance
-Evaluation, assessment and feedback, MBI-TAC
-Curriculum, integrity, ethics
Module 3 offers a deepening of skills and understanding of the supervision process, specifically focusing on teachers of MBP’s. Supervision skills are further refined and we look at processes playing a role in the relationship such as resonance, but also fear and resistance.
In a part of the training we look closer at the dynamics of evaluating a supervisee – often a teacher giving their certification training – and what instruments, such as MBI-TAC, we can use if needed. Also – how to support and maintain integrity of the curriculum that is being taught by the supervisee, navigating between necessary adaptations and fidelity to the original structure of a program, and honouring the various stakerholders in the field. Forms and options for group supervision are discussed further.
As we delve into supervision experiences, participants are expected to have given at least 4 supervision sessions, and to have received supra-vision about these. For this module there is also some prepatory reading.
Background and theory will be alternated with reflection and with much mutual supervision practice in small groups, where you can immediately bring the module’s themes into practice.
Mindfulness practices throughout these days will support embodiment in the supervisions. There is also room to discuss questions participants may bring from their supervision work.
Experiences of participants in previous Supervision modules:
“I learned how valuable it is to have different styles in working with my supervisee so I can better connect with them.”
“Supervision practice in small groups was very important for my learning.”
“Working in a group with different nationalities and different styles provides great learning, and is so enjoyable.”
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Will be offered again in 2024.
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