PsyBA-approved Masterclass - Clinical Supervision in Rural Settings

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SC-135
Explore the challenges of clinical supervision in rural contexts.

Refresh your Board-approved Supervisor status by extending your skills in this course.

$462.00

Key facts

Course category
Psychology, Counselling and Social Work, Psychology
Options
Option 1 Friday 4 October 2024 9:00 AM - 5.00 PM (AEST)Online (Live)
Duration
1 day
Group Bookings
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Prerequisite/s
You must already have been approved by the Psychology Board of Australia as a Supervisor to apply for re-accreditation to maintain your status.
Certification
Certificate of Achievement

Why this course?

Delivered fully online, this live webinar has been developed as part of a suite of Psychology Board of Australia-approved Masterclasses as refresher training that will allow you to maintain your status as a Board-approved Supervisor.  

Why study a short course at La Trobe

Industry experience while you study

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Rising demand

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Powerful Collaborations

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Course content

This masterclass focuses on the challenges of undertaking clinical supervision in the rural context and how to manage boundaries.  

Topics covered:

  • Delving into the challenges of clinical supervision in rural contexts
  • In-depth exploration of boundary theory and its implications for clinical supervision in rural settings
  • Develop skills, grounded in research, in the use of group supervision in rural settings (Gardner, M., McKinstry, C., & Perrin, B., 2021) and application of a Critical Reflective Process (Carroll, M., 2010)
  • Ethical decision making in resolving possible ethical dilemmas specific for rural settings.

Upon successful completion of the assessment, you may apply to the Psychology Board of Australia to maintain your supervisor status.  

You’ll learn:

After completing this course, you will have enhanced skills to apply in rural settings:

  • How to manage the challenges of clinical supervision
  • Understanding boundary theory and its implications
  • Using group supervision practices and applying a Critical Reflective Process
  • Ethical decision making in resolving possible ethical dilemmas.

Your study experience

This 1-day competency based workshop will be delivered on scheduled dates fully online via La Trobe's Learning Management System (LMS).

 

The course has a total time commitment of 6 hours.

 

The assessment for this course is a multiple-choice quiz and the submission of reflections on vignettes discussed in the Masterclass.

Who you'll learn from

Dr Naomi Malone

Over the 21 years Dr Malone has have lived and worked as a counselling psychologist in the Mallee region of NW Victoria,  she has had the absolute privilege of supporting many rural clients and their families, developing a diverse range of clinical experiences, and a deep understanding of resilience in the face of isolation and adversity. 

For 10 years, she built and lead a multidisciplinary group practice, training and mentoring numerous early career clinicians in rural practice . Through this experience she developed a strong understanding of the unique challenges faced by rural psychologists. She now has the honour of mentoring and training provisional psychologists and early career psychologists in her role as placement coordinator and lecturer in the La Trobe MPP program, as well as in her private consultancy practice. 

Naomi’s therapeutic approach is diversity affirming, client centred, trauma focussed care, drawing from the evidence bases of  IFS, ACT, family therapy, EMDR, somatic psychotherapy and narrative therapy. Naomi strongly believes in the power of the supervisory relationship in which those who share the space with her can feel seen, understood and accepted as their true authentic selves, and safe to develop and grow in their unique therapist identities.

Vanessa Rohlf 

Vanessa is a Research Officer in the School of Psychology and Public Health, and is a consultant, therapist, and educator specialising in compassion fatigue, stress management, pet loss, and animal bereavement.

Dr Neelofar Rehman 

Dr Neelofar Rehman is a practicing Clinical Psychologist with extensive clinical experience in working with people with complex presentations, tertiary level teaching, the provision of clinical supervision to psychology and psychiatry registrars, to the post graduate students of psychology, and to early career clinical psychologists. Along with maintaining private practice, Neelofar has worked in senior roles in public and private sectors, including work in Drug and Alcohol, Acute and Community Psychiatry, Rehabilitation and Perinatal. Currently, Neelofar is working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology, Counselling and Therapy, within the School of Psychology and Public Health. Neelofar holds the portfolios of the Director of Clinical Training and Departmental Coordinator of Partnerships. Neelofar’s approach to supervision is informed by the framework of Interpersonal Neurobiology, Psychodynamic Theory, Attachment Theory, Systems Theory and Developmental Psychology. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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I would like information about a short course. Who can assist me?  

Email: LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

Phone: 1300 135 045

Can payment of a course fee be made in instalments?

No, course fees need to be paid in full before you can commence the course.

I cannot pay by credit card. Are there other payment options available? 

To arrange payment by BPAY or EFT, please contact LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

I have paid the fee for a short course. When will I have access to the course?  

Access to courses is generally available two weeks in advance of the scheduled course start date, or as advised in the registration confirmation email.  Course materials are made available via our Learning Management System (LMS) for which you will be provided with your username and initial password.

Can I arrange payment with a Purchase Order?

Yes, we accept Purchase Orders. Please email to LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au and our La Trobe Professional team will provide you with payment details and access to your course. 

I am getting an error when I try to log into my LMS account. Can you help? 

Please visit our Student IT Support contact us webpage if you require assistance.

I want to enrol multiple staff in a short course. How do I go about this? 

Contact LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au for assistance registering multiple staff.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Find out more about further education at La Trobe  View all FAQ

I would like information about a short course. Who can assist me?  

Email: LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

Phone: 1300 135 045

Can payment of a course fee be made in instalments?

No, course fees need to be paid in full before you can commence the course.

I cannot pay by credit card. Are there other payment options available? 

To arrange payment by BPAY or EFT, please contact LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au 

I have paid the fee for a short course. When will I have access to the course?  

Access to courses is generally available two weeks in advance of the scheduled course start date, or as advised in the registration confirmation email.  Course materials are made available via our Learning Management System (LMS) for which you will be provided with your username and initial password.

Can I arrange payment with a Purchase Order?

Yes, we accept Purchase Orders. Please email to LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au and our La Trobe Professional team will provide you with payment details and access to your course. 

I am getting an error when I try to log into my LMS account. Can you help? 

Please visit our Student IT Support contact us webpage if you require assistance.

I want to enrol multiple staff in a short course. How do I go about this? 

Contact LaTrobeProfessional@latrobe.edu.au for assistance registering multiple staff.