Continuing Professional Development
Saturday 21 March 2015, 9:45am – 4:30pm
The Institute of Group Analysis
1 Daleham Gardens
London NW3 5BY
Continuing Professional Development: For those who have completed a Supervision Training or who have supervisory experience.
Astronomers use perturbations to find new planets and moons; a subtle aberration in an otherwise circular orbit shows the presence of an undetected mass in the vicinity. Perturbations in supervision take the form of incongruities, omissions or the absence of normal responses.
The visual image is used to provide a glimpse of unconscious and symbolic resonance in the supervision process, maximizing the benefit of supervision for supervisees and clients in a challenging climate for therapists.
9:45am Arrival and Registration
10:00am Welcome and Introduction
10:15am Howard Edmunds – ‘Glitches and Perturbations’
11:15am Refreshment Break
11.45am Small groups
1:30pm Margaret Gallop – ‘Glimpses’
2:15pm Small groups
3:15pm Refreshment Break
3:30pm Median Group
Frances Griffiths - is a Supervisor, Clinical Tutor, Group Analyst and Executive Coach working in private practice in Central London. Her interest in the impact of supervision on relationships within organisations undergoing cultural change is stimulated by her work in the fields of education, medicine and forensics.
Frances Griffiths, M.Ed (Cantab), M.Sc., B.A., M.InstGA., UKCP, BAPPS, AGPA, Senior Associate, Royal Society of Medicine
Margaret Gallop - With a background in child education, the NHS, and psycho-dynamic counselling training in higher education, Margaret works as a Group Analytic Psychotherapist in private practice. Her current supervision practice includes group supervision in a psycho-dynamic counselling agency and of mother-infant group work.
Howard Edmunds - is co-director and founder of Brighton Therapy Centre, a registered charity. Prior to this, he has worked as a Psychotherapist in the NHS, forensic, statutory and voluntary sectors. He convened the Sussex Partnership NHS clinical supervision course and has worked as both trainer and organisational consultant in a variety of settings. He trained as a Group Analyst with the WPF, and at the IGA as a Group Supervisor.
£95 Members and Associate members
£105 for other applicants
To Book/ Methods of Payment:
By phone (020 7431 2693) using your debit card (no charge) or credit card (2% fee).
Or send your name, address and contact details, including your email address and organisation (please state your occupation) with a cheque (made out to “The Institute of Group Analysis”) £95/ £105 to The Events Administrator, IGA, 1 Daleham Gardens, London NW3 5BY