Feminist Supervision Group

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A supportive supervision group to deepen your skills and confidence in feminist practice in social work, human services and counselling.

WHO IS THIS GROUP FOR?

This supervision group is for women social workers, psychologists, counsellors and human services workers who want to:

  • Deepen their knowledge of the feminist framework
  • Increase their confidence
  • Use live case supervision to integrate and apply their practice approach
  • Develop new skills right at their individual learning edge 
  • Connect with a community of like-minded practitioners.

Re-inspiration – reconnection with your self and your practice

As feminists, we know how important it is to come together, share stories and connect with each other. This group will hold a facilitated space to connect with each other and use supervision to refresh and renew ourselves in our practice.  Bronwyn will offer inner work exercises to reconnect ourselves with what inspires us in practice and remain connected with what keeps us going through difficult times.

 

Deepen and develop your skills and confidence in practice

Bring along a case you are working on and receive live supervision. Bronwyn will assist in clarifying issues and assisting to identify the learning edge that is presented in the case supervision. Working in supervision in a group offers the opportunity to receive insights from feminist colleagues and as an observer the opportunity to gain insights into your own practice.

This group welcomes women of diverse identities, including Brown, Indigenous, Women of Colour, Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer and Trans women.

THE SUPERVISOR

Bronwyn Charles

Bronwyn is a Feminist Social Worker and Process Work Diplomate and has been weaving the two approaches together for over 20 years. She is passionate about applying awareness of the impact of structural oppression to the everyday lives of clients and workers alike.

Bronwyn has practised social work in a range of settings including women’s health, domestic violence, child protection, sexuality and gender, and health social work.  She now works in private practice, primarily offering supervision, and is also currently undertaking a PhD with James Cook University.

Bronwyn is committed to ending all forms of patriarchal violence and is passionate about creating spaces to support and strengthen practitioners in this space.

Bronwyn is a member of the AASW, the Gold Coast AASW Practice Group and the Australia & New Zealand Social Work and Welfare Education and Research group.

DATES

The supervision group will run monthly for four months, at 9-11 am (Qld time) on Friday 16 April, 7 May, 28 May, 11 June 2021. Note daylight savings clock change on 4th April.

To ensure sufficient individual focus, the group is limited to six people.

FEES & CANCELLATIONS

The fee for the four-supervision block is $390, (no GST applicable).

Cancellations with more than seven days notice will be refunded in full. Cancellations with seven or less days notice will not be refunded however you are welcome to arrange to transfer your place to someone else.

REGISTRATIONS

To register, complete the form and payment below. A confirmation email will be sent to you automatically. If you don’t receive it or have any questions, please email admin@anzpop.org.

Feminist Supervision Group April 2021

  • What are the main challenges you currently face in your practice.
  • What are you hoping to get out of this supervision group?
  • Price: $ 390.00
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ANZPOP acknowledges the traditional owners of the lands we live and work on, the Aboriginal Australian, Torres Strait Islander, and Maori peoples. We pay respect to their elders past, present and future. We give thanks for the wisdom of these peoples that has informed the Process Work approach. We honour the courage, resilience and spirit of traditional peoples in the face of the devastating impact colonisation has had and continues to have on their culture, wellbeing, and sovereignty.