Master Class Supervision

Feedback and Reflective Practice in Supervision 

A master class by Dr Daphne Hewson.

Perth dates  March 9th Click here to register
Alternatively March 10th. Click here to register
Numbers strictly limited. Fee $295 including GST.

This workshop has been approved by the Psychology Board of Australia to provide Master Classes in supervision.

The Psychology Board of Australia has decreed that all existing supervisors are required to renew their training in supervision every 5 years.  The first five year period began in 2013 – so  renewal date is due by 2018.

ABOUT the presenter

 

Before her retirement from academia in 2007, Daf was a Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Macquarie University. Her roles there included:

  • Director of Clinical Psychology program
  • Directory of Applied Psychology (Psychology registration) program
  • Director of Social Health program (specialist strands in Drugs and Alcohol, Child Protection, Indigenous Health)

In her private practice Daf adopts a narrative approach, specialising in supervision, grief and trauma, motivational interviewing, and drug and alcohol counselling.

Daf designed the NSW Psychology Registration Board’s supervision workshops and conducted the train-the-trainer workshop.

She presented this workshop for the NSW Board from 2006 to 2010 when psychologists moved to national registration.

From 2011 she presented the supervision package for the Psychology Board of Australia.

Over the last 20 years she has presented many other supervision workshops around Australia and NZ including specialist packages for NSW Health and New Zealand Ministry of Education.

 

Supervision publications

Hewson, D. (1999) Empowerment in Supervision. Feminism and Psychology, 9 (4) 406-409.

Conti, J., Hewson, D. and Isben, J. (2001) Power, voice and connection. In Alison Bartlett and Gina Mercer (eds.) Practising Postgraduate Pedagogy. Open University Press.

Hewson (2002) Supervision of Psychologists: A Supervision Triangle. In M. McMahon & W. Patton (eds.), Supervision in the Helping Professions: A Practical Approach, Pearson Education, Sydney