Download our Certificate in Counselling Supervision
course information here (pdf).
24th & 25th February,
23rd & 24th March,
20th & 21st April
The Certification in Counselling Supervision is aimed at two groups:
The course is experiential and student centred in its approach. Our aim is to create an environment that is safe, confidential, supportive and challenging. Each day will involve a mixture of skills training and practice, small group work, tutor input and large group discussion. Individual reflection and increasing self-awareness are key elements of the training.
The Rowan Counselling Supervision Certificate consists of two parts.
There are a number of assessment components including:
Further details about assessment criteria will be provided by your trainer. You have 12 months from the end of part one to submit the case study, supervision report form and supervision log.
Sue is a person-centred counsellor, supervisor and trainer. As well as Rowan Consultancy, she works with a number of other organisations, including Perth College UHI and the University of Aberdeen, where she tutors on the Certificate in Counselling Skills course.
Sue gained her degree in Psychology then went on to qualify as a counsellor in 2006.
Lynne has a MSc in Counselling and a Diploma in Counselling Supervision. She has a particular interest and passion in working with children and young people.
Lynne is a part-time counselling and mental health lecturer at Abertay University also delivering the Certificate in Counselling Skills here at Rowan.
Continue you professional training by gaining a recognised qualification in supervision and register using our
booking form now.
Alternatively, if you need more information, give Rowan a call today on 01738 562 005 to speak to one
of the trainers.