Online Supervision Course
Tuesday 26th May 7- 8pm
Tuesday 9th June 7- 8pm
Tuesday 23rd June 7- 8pm
Tuesday 7th July 7- 8pm
The course will consist of five components as follows:
4 x 1 hour sessions on a Tuesday evening from 19.00- 20.00pm (26th May, 9th June, 23rd June and 7th July 2020)
These will be to check in about how the peer sessions are going, share learning, witness Fay modelling the supervisor role, learn how to use the FIG Model (which is the Mindfulness Association’s model of supervision – Facilitation, Inquiry, Guidance) and the MBITAC as a feedback tool and discuss practicalities such as the Supervision Policy and creating a Working Agreement.
2 video recorded talks:
One talk will explain the FIG model (Facilitation, Inquiry, Guidance) and one will describe the various documents we need to be familiar with – the Supervision Policy, Supervisor Good Practice Guidelines and the Working Agreement (Fay).
Commitment to a one hour session per week of peer supervision in pairs (20 minutes one person, 10 minutes feedback then swop)
Commitment to journaling between the peer sessions.
A one to one 15 minute online or phone meeting with Fay in the final week to reflect on the process with reference to your journal and have some supervision about the supervisor training experience.
To be ready for this training you need to have:
– Completed the MBLC retreat
– Be experienced as a Mindfulness practitioner, having been practicing for a minimum of 4 years and having deeply integrated Mindfulness into your life, with a sense that it is a priority.
-Have taught at least 4 MBLC courses or equivalent (MBSR or MBCT or Mindfulness Practitioner Certificate Course).
– Have had at least a year of your own Mindfulness supervision.
– Be on the UK Listing or be in the process of working towards being on it.
Please be aware that to begin to practice as a supervisor after completing this training you will need to follow the Supervisor Good Practice Guidelines which are attached above. For example, you will need to have taught at least 9 MBLC courses, have been practicing for 5 years minimum and be either a clinical supervisor or a Mindfulness teacher trainer or have equivalent experience. So this training may represent a stage in the process of moving towards being ready to become a supervisor. If you are unsure as to whether you meet these requirements please contact Fay on email@example.com.
Participants undertaking this training will have completed training in Mindfulness supervision and will be free to set themselves up as Mindfulness supervisors providing they meet the Supervisor Good Practice Guidelines, they will not become Mindfulness Association supervisors by doing this course.