- Please Be My Supervisor Presented by Drs. Sarina Kot & Jo-Ann Majcher Registration closes end of day Feb. 21
February 23, 2018
9:30 am - 1:00 pm
About the Workshop:
Most play therapists have experienced helpful and growth-promoting supervision in their process of becoming a therapist but have not directly learned or practiced how to engage in play therapy supervision under the guidance of an experienced supervisor.
This workshop aims at introducing theoretical knowledge related to the supervisory process. Topics such as understanding the roles and responsibilities of supervisors and supervisees; creating supervisory agreements; developing and nurturing supervisory relationships; using supervision models to guide practice; and developing awareness of supervisory methods will be considered. Legal and ethical considerations will also be discussed. You will be invited to apply your new knowledge to hypothetical supervisory cases.
- To develop a beginning understanding of various models of supervision
- To be able to distinguish between supervision and supervisory consultation
- To practice application of supervision models in a play therapy context
- To become aware of legal and ethical standards
About the Presenters
Sarina Kot is a registered psychologist in private practice and at BC Children’s Hospital. She got her PhD in Counselling from the University of North Texas. She is credentialed as a play therapist/supervisor with the Association for Play Therapy. Sarina’s role at BC Children’s Hospital involves clinical work with children referred for abuse and neglect. She also provides training and supervision to psychology and psychiatry residents. In private practice, Sarina provides play therapy for children as well as provides supervisory consultations to counselors working with children.
Jo-Ann Majcher has a PhD in Counselling Psychology from the University of British Columbia and is a registered psychologist with the College of Psychologists of BC. She holds a teaching certificate with the BC College of Teachers and is credentialed as a play therapist/supervisor with the Association for Play Therapy. Jo-Ann’s experience as a helping professional includes university teaching, clinical supervision of graduate counselling students, school counselling, elementary teaching, and private clinical practice. Jo-Ann is currently the Director of the New Westminster UBC Counselling Centre; a specialized facility that focuses on the training of counselling psychology professional and on the delivery of quality counselling series to the community. Her areas of interest include: the training of counsellors as it relates to balancing learning, self care, and professional responsibility; partnership programs between educational institutions and community mental health services, and counselling practices for promoting health and wellness across diverse client populations.
Who Should Attend:
This workshop is for experienced counsellors. You do not need to be an RPT-S or CPT-S to attend. No student pricing available for this workshop.
Limited to 30 participants.
Main boardroom, 4th floor