Skills for a successful supervisory relationship
Pre-registration is open! With pre-registering you can inform us about your interest about this course without commitment, so when ticket sale starts, you will be notified in priority. Please note there will be a fee to attend the course.
This half-day workshop will cover a number of components about how to develop and support a healthy and constructive supervisory relationship. It will focus on understanding the roles and responsibilities of both parties and the institution in relation to the supervisory relationship. This course is ideal for researchers in the first few years of their careers or for ITNs / Doctoral Networks.
This half-day workshop will cover a number of components about how to develop and support a healthy and constructive supervisory relationship. It will focus on understanding the roles and responsibilities of both parties and the institution in relation to the supervisory relationship. It will provide skills and opportunities to enhance communication and to develop practical working strategies. It will build on existing knowledge and experience in relation to academic supervision and scaffold a positive and productive working alliance. This will be delivered through, provision of information, theory and skills, whilst having an emphasis on discussion and interaction of shared experiences.
- Supervisory roles of attendees’ (ice -breaker and discussion)
- Reflection on roles and responsibilities for the supervisory relationship (Using MSCA guidelines)
- what does this encompass?
- what are the challenges?
- Supervision theory and research
- Relationship building and communication skill
- Learning agreement
- Role plays – contacting, feedback and evaluation
About the Trainer
The trainer, Joanna Harney is a Counselling Psychologist in the position of Training and Groups Manager at the Student Counselling Service in Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
She has achieved a Masters in Counselling Psychology and a Masters in Clinical Supervision. She specialises in working with students supporting them to achieve mental wellbeing to reach their potential during their academic careers. She has significant experience producing and delivering training and therapeutic groups in the field of psychology and mental health. Her main areas of interest and expertise are compassion-focused therapy, clinical supervision, group therapy, and training.