Looking After Ourselves and Each Other: An Attachment Narrative approach to systemic supervision practice with Professor Arlene Vetere
- Date: Monday 1 February 2021, 09:15 – 16:30
- Location: Online event
- Cost: £75
This workshop will explore an attachment narrative focus in systemic supervision practice.
Using an integration of ideas from modern attachment theory and narrative theory, the supervision relationship will be positioned at the heart of the care of, and for, the systemic practitioner, and in their turn, for the systemic supervisor. There will be a number of experiential activities in small groups. The workshop will draw on two recent publications:
Vetere A and Stratton P (eds) (2016) Interacting Selves. Routledge
Vetere A and Sheehan J (eds) (2017) Supervision of Family Therapy and Systemic Practice. Springer
Arlene is a professor of family therapy and systemic practice at VID Specialized University, Oslo, Norway. She is a registered systemic therapist, systemic supervisor and clinical psychologist in the UK where she lives.
The event can be booked here.
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The bookings are for the workshop only.
The workshop fee is exempt from VAT. Bookings are accepted on the understanding that the workshop is offered in good faith but may have to be rescheduled or altered for reasons outside the control of the organiser. The University of Leeds reserves the right to cancel the workshop, in which case the fees will be refunded in full. In the event of cancellation, the University will not be held liable for delegates expenses.
Where a delegate wishes to cancel a booking, email written cancellations received up to 7 days prior to the start of the workshop will be accommodated. After this date the full fee is chargeable and no refund will be made. However, we can accept substitution of a delegate at any time without additional charge.
Certificates of attendance for CPD will be available at the end of the workshop.