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IISC 2018 - SUPERVISION THROUGH DIFFERENT LENSES

Programme


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Day One Schedule: Friday 27th April, 2018

09:30am-10:00am
Registration (Foyer)

10:00am-10:45am

Keynote speech: Professor Doug Guiffrida (HG23)
"A constructivist lens for clinical supervision"

 

10:45am-11:15pm
Tea/Coffee & Poster Presentations

11:15am-1:15pm
Parallel Sessions

Session A: Research Papers  (H139)

11.15am: Aine McLaughlin
Reflections on the planning and implementation of a group supervision pilot in a homeless service

11.55am: Ciaran Cuddihy
Introducing clinical supervision for mental health nurses

12.35pm: Declan Aherne
Reflections on 25 years of supervision

Session B: Workshop  (HG10)

Sue Dunne & Rita Glover
Working therapeutically with infidelity – how can supervisors best support supervisees with this challenging endeavour?

Session C: Research Papers (H137)

11.15am: Victoria Harris
Creativity as a means of unlocking the unknown in supervision

11.55am: Shane Maguire
How does supervisor power influence clinical supervision from the perspective of the supervisor? An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis.

12.35pm: Joanna Harney
Supervisors’ experience of evaluation with trainee therapists

Session D: Workshop  (HG18)

Aisling McMahon
Supervising groups: Balancing creativity and containment

1:15pm-2:15pm
Lunch

2:15pm-4:45pm
Parallel Masterclasses (repeated on Day 2 to facilitate delegate attendance)

Professor Peter Hawkins (HG19)

"Seven lenses of the seven-eyed supervision model"

Dr. Bobby Moore (HG18)

"Reflexive supervision: Conversations to promote lifelong learning"

Professor Doug Guiffrida  (HG10)

"An introduction to constructivist clinical supervision"

4:45pm-5:00pm
Closing Plenary (HG23)

 


 

Day Two Schedule: Saturday 28th April, 2018

9:30am-10:00am
Registration (Foyer)

10:00am-10:45pm

Keynote speech: Dr. Mary Creaner (HG23)
"Through the lens darkly: when supervision is less than ideal"

10:45am-11:30pm

Panel session: Rita Glover, Aisling McMahon, Mary Creaner, Doug Guiffrida, Peter Hawkins, Bobby Moore (HG23)

11:30am-12:00pm
Tea/Coffee & poster presentations

12:00pm-1:15pm
Parallel Sessions

Session A: Research Papers (H139)

12.00pm: Stephen O’Neill
Supervisee transfer of learning in psychotherapy supervision

12.40pm: Brenda Irwin & Patrick Griffin
Therapists’ experience of peer group supervision

Session B: Workshop  (HG10)

Karl Tooher
Supervision and self-injury: Sharpening the focus

Session C: Research Papers (H137)

12.00pm: Olive Moloney & Mary Creaner
The professional development needs of clinical supervisors in youth mental health

12.40pm: Eleanor Byrne-Condon
Clinical supervisors’ experience of self-disclosure with supervisees

Session D: Workshop  (HG18)

Helen Beinart & Sue Clohessy
Effective supervisory relationships

1:15pm-2:15pm
Lunch

2:15pm-4:45pm
Parallel Masterclasses (repeated from Day 1 to facilitate delegate attendance)

Professor Peter Hawkins (HG19)

"Seven lenses of the seven-eyed supervision model"

Dr. Bobby Moore (HG18)

"Reflexive supervision: Conversations to promote lifelong learning"

Professor Doug Guiffrida  (HG10)

"An introduction to constructivist clinical supervision"

4:45pm-5:00pm
Closing plenary (HG23)