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Hahmoterapeuttinen työnohjaajakoulutus 2020-22, Helsinki


Suomen Hahmoterapia ry is organizing
a Training for Supervision in 2020-22.

We are happy to announce our training for supervision that will start in November 2020.

This training is aimed to provide a profound knowledge, skills and attitude in supervision.
It is targeted for psychotherapists, counsellors, coaches and any other professionals who want to integrate supervision into their work.

The content of the training is based on the gestalt therapy principles, theory and background. It does not include teaching of gestalt therapy. People who attend the training should have sufficient previous knowledge of gestalt; a specific degree is not acquired.
Training will consist of experiential learning with the group, the theory will be integrated with experiments, study groups and discussions.

Peer groups will meet in between the seminars.

Program

Structure

A two year program with each year 3 seminars of 4 dayso Total of 200 contact hours (45 min.)

Supervision on supervision (hypervision) Intervision

Program

Seminar 1 Supervision

Trainer : Frans Meulmeester
Date : November, 4th – 7th, 2020 Hours : 4 days of 7 hours (= 28 hours)

Topics:

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Seminar 2 Parallel processes Part 1:
Trainers: Finnish

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definition and boundaries in relation to therapy, coaching, counseling, instruction etc.
the focus of supervision: the relation therapist – client
different perspectives or approaches in supervision (special focus on Gestalt supervision) care for the care taker

curiosity and being explorative as basic attitude

: March, 10th – 11th, 2021
: 2days of 7 hours (= 14 hours)

: Gianni Francesetti
: March, 13th – 14th, 2021 :2daysof7hours(=14hours)

definition and possible forms of parallel processes
how to handle and use the phenomenon of parallel processes during supervision occurring phenomena as information about the therapist - client situation

Seminar 3 Hypervision

Trainer : Lynda Osborne

Date HoursPart 2:Trainer Date Hours

Topics:

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Date : May, 19th – 22nd, 2021
Hours : 4 days of 7 hours (= 28 hours)

Topics:

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Seminar 4 Learning preferences, creativity and diversity in supervision

Trainer : Marten Bos
Date : October, 6th – 9th, 2021
Hours : 4 days of 7 hours (= 28 hours)

Topics:

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Seminar 5 Responsibility, quilt and shame

Trainer : Jan Roubal
Date : March, 30th – April, 2nd, 2022 Hours : 4 days of 7 hours (= 28 hours)

Topics:

Seminar 6 Integration

Trainer : Finish colleagues
Date : End of August 2022
Hours : 2 days of 7 hours (= 14 hours)

Topics:

Integration

Seminar 7 Hypervision and closure

Trainer : Frans Meulmeester
Date : November, 9th – 12th, 2022 Hours : 4 days of 7 hours (= 28 hours)

Topics:

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definition: supervision on supervision practical case work
becoming a more effective supervisor

using diversity of systems in supervision learning styles according to Kolb and others individual versus group supervision

o one to one supervision

o group supervision
the use of different methods to support learning

o using drawings etc. during supervisiono using sculpturing during supervision

how to handle difficult situations like:
o supervision after a suicide of a client
o supervision on other traumatic experienceso supervision on unethical practice

practical case work closure

Practical matters

Qualification

The Training is built according to the EAGT requirements, but in order to apply for EAGT membership as supervisor, a person needs to have a minimal of five years clinical experience as gestalt therapist.

STO.ry:

The training is also planned according to the requirements of the STO.ry ́s guideline for supervision. Participants can individually apply for this membership after completing the training.
In addition in order to reach the STO.ry’s requirements one needs to have 80 hours = 45min of supervision of groups or individuals, The Trainee as Supervisor

and 50 hours=45min of group or individual supervision with a qualified supervisor ( the list will be given later), The Trainee as Supervisee
Literature 2000 pages, (the list will be given later). A written work consist. of 10 pages.

Price:

For members of Suomen Hahmoterapia ry the price will be approximately € 2500 - € 2900, for non- members the price will be € 2750 - € 3250.
This is an estimation and it does not include the costs for the additional supervision hours.

The Training Program is in process, so we reserve the possibility to make changes

Application and information:

For information and free written application that consists your work experience and previous education, max. one page, please mail to: Frans Meulmeester on fjmeul@gmail.com

Training staff:

Our training staff consists of a team of international well respected and highly appreciated trainers.

Frans Meulmeester, The Netherlands (Coordinator of the program)

Frans has been working as a teacher, trainer and consultant for more than 40 years. First in education and later in Healthcare. He started his own centre for training, consultancy and therapy, called Invitation about 30 years ago and from this time he works as a Gestalt therapist and supervisor. He helped building up Gestalt training institutes in several countries like Bulgaria, Georgia and Nepal and is a Faculty member or guest trainer in many other Gestalt institutes throughout the world. He is a full member of the EAGT and EAP registered as a Gestalt Practitioner in Organizations in the EAGT.

The base for all his activities is a combination of interest in other people, enthusiasm for the gestalt-approach and the experiences in organizations.

Marten Bos, The Netherlands

Marten has a Master of Science degree from Middlesex University and NSG Amsterdam 2007.
He is a Registered senior supervisor and teacher supervision in the Dutch Association for Supervisors and Coaches (LVSC). He is an international trainer for

trainers, management and organizations, personal leadership, constellations, writing, etc.
He has his own centre 'Marten Bos - The Power of the Difference', where he focus on Diversity policy and all kind of projects in the field of diversity and inclusive work.

Marten is also active in LGBT communities and supports initiatives and network building of bi-cultural LGBT initiatives and LGBT refugees in Amsterdam.

Gianni Francesetti, Italy

Gianni is a Psychiatrist and Gestalt therapist, Adjunct
Professor, Turin University, Dep. of Psychology, International
trainer and supervisor, he has widely published on
psychotherapy and psychopathology, exploring original
approaches to understanding clinical suffering from a
phenomenological and Gestalt therapy viewpoint and
proposing new ways for framing particular clinical disorders.
Co-Director of the IPsiG (International Institute for Gestalt
Therapy and Psychopathology). He is Past President of the
EAGT (European Association for Gestalt Therapy), of the
SIPG (Italian Society for Gestalt therapy) and of the FIAP
(Italian Federation of Psychotherapy Associations), where he
is the Chair of the Committee for Psychotherapist’s Competences. Member of the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy, the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (AAGT), the European Association of Psychotherapy (EAP), and the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR). He lives and works in Turin, Italy. www.ipsig.it

Lynda Osborne, United Kingdom

Lynda has been involved in training counsellors and psychotherapists for over 30 years. After thirteen years in post she retired as Head of the Gestalt Department at the Metanoia Institute in London in 2012. Her doctorate addressed the senior management role in a psychotherapy training context. Lynda was the founding Chair of UKAGP: the United Kingdom's National Gestalt Organization. She is an UKCP accredited psychotherapist and supervisor and a Teaching and Supervising Member of GPTI. Lynda is also on the leadership team of Relational Change in the UK. Lynda travels internationally training therapists, attending and presenting at conferences, visiting her family and enjoying new countries.

Jan Roubal, Czech Republic

Jan has a MD and PhD degree and is an associate professor at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, where he also works in the Center for Psychotherapy Research. He works as psychotherapist and psychiatrist. He founded and leads the Training in Psychotherapy Integration and the training Gestalt Studia in the Czech Republic, he also works as a psychotherapy trainer and supervisor internationally. He chairs the Research Committee of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy. He co-edited three books "Current Psychotherapy”, "Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice. From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact” and "Towards a Research Tradition in Gestalt Therapy”.

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