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Clinical Supervision: A Forum For Reflection

Live Online | 1 Day | 20th October 2024

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This workshop provides a collaborative space for professionals to share their experiences in clinical supervision, foster support for one another, and reignite a commitment to best practices.


A Reflection On Your Experience of Clinical Supervision

Many counsellors may lose clarity on what it means to be a supervisee and often due to a busy workload, they may forget to reflect adequately on their experience in the clinic with their clients. The lack of time and space for such a reflective experience with peers often results in many supervisees finding themselves navigating their professional journey in relative isolation. Recognizing the significance of collaboration and shared insights, our workshop offers a dedicated space for professionals like you to forge connections, exchange experiences, and glean valuable lessons from peers. 


Who is this course for?   

This workshop is optimum for working counsellors who wish to reflect on their skills in clinical supervision and share with colleagues of their experiences and learn from others in an interactive way.


What are the benefits of doing this course?  


From tapping into a reservoir of varied experiences as supervisees, participants will gain valuable insights and actionable strategies to deepen their supervisory skills & effectiveness. Consequently, this heightened proficiency in supervision translates to elevated effectiveness in their roles as counsellors, positively impacting interactions with clients.


What will you learn?

This collaborative environment not only helps professionals learn from their peers' experiences but also provides the benefit of expert perspectives addressing specific concerns in clinical supervision. From adeptly managing challenges that may arise in practice to addressing nuanced questions, this exchange of knowledge serves as a catalyst for the participants' ongoing growth and excellence in the counselling field.

Course Details


DURATION: 1 Day    START DATE: Sunday 20th October 2024


TIMETABLE: Saturday from 10.00 am to 2.00 pm 


AWARD: PCI College Certificate of Attendance


VENUE: Live Online


LECTURER: Colm Early




  • Encourage good supervisory relationships in practice
  • Equip supervisees in how to get the most out of supervison
  • Support supervisees in how to prepare for supervision
  • Stimulate debate on what changes can be made, if any
  • Foster the importance of reflection and self-care in this demanding work


Entry Requirements



This is a CPD workshop is specifically designed for working Counsellors & Clinical Supervisors. BSc Counselling & Psychotherapy students in years 3 & 4 of their studies are also invited to apply for this CPD workshop.


The requirements for participation in this workshop is that participants are working counsellors and are available to share their experiences with other supervisees in a confidential and respectful space and to be open to new awaress within themselves.


IT SKILLS: Students require sufficient IT skills to complete the course.


Students can expect to be provided with advice and support concerning any learning difficulties that they may encounter. Any diagnosed learning difficulty, e.g. dyslexia, must be noted on the application.

Course Fees



Full Price: €100

PCI College Graduate*: €85

PCI College BSc/MSc Student & Alumni Member Discount Price: €75 - Join Alumni group on LinkedIn here to avail of discount.

*PCI College Graduate rate applies to BSc Degree and Postgraduate students only.



Applicants are invited to book online using the book now. Applications must be accompanied by the payment of the full course fee. Applicants are entitled to a refund if they decide to cancel within 14 days of receipt of their booking, and didn't participate on the course. Please note that the name used on your application needs to be the same name that you have on your passport.


Fees are non-refundable in all personal circumstances. The College makes every effort to avoid altering course times, course commencement and conclusion dates. However, should any changes be necessary, you will be notified at the earliest opportunity. All courses run subject to demand and the formation of a viable class cohort. A full refund will be given to all applicants in the event that the class does not proceed


For more information, please visit our full Terms & Conditions page.

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