Group supervision for therapists (online)

August 6, 2024 6:00 PM
A supervision group for therapists: access to clinical expertise to mentor, navigate ethical dilemmas, solve problems and present cases.

About the supervision group

To improve their work and practice responsibly, therapists and other mental health practitioners need a dedicated space and trusted relationships where they can reflect on their work and deepen their understanding and impact. This supervision group will offer this space, drawing on clinical expertise to mentor, navigate ethical dilemmas, solve problems, gatekeep and engage in challenging conversations.

Having delivered supervision to students, interns, and graduates for many years, the ConnectGround faculty are knowledgeable about the multifaceted aspects of supervision. We have experience training and supervising within the Gestalt Centre and beyond, and we use a relational approach to supervision.

Week 1 will be used to set up the supervision group. Week 2-7 will be used for case presentations. Each member of the group will be invited to bring two cases across the program. There is a maximum of 6 participants.


Date | Starting Tuesday 6 August 2024, 6.00pm – 7.30pm.
Then 3 Sep, 1 Oct, 12 Nov and 3 Dec, 4 Feb 2025, 4 March 2025

Where | Online

Fee | VAGP Members $80 ($560) / Non-Members $90 ($630)

VAGP is not registered for GST

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About the VAGP

This event is offered by The Victorian Association of Gestalt Practitioners (VAGP), a member-based organisation for graduates, students and other people interested in gestalt therapy and other areas of gestalt practice, including organisational consultants and coaches. It operates as a peer support and community of practice. The VAGP provides practitioners of all types with opportunities for connection, learning and reflection. We provide professional development activities through the Gestalt Project Seminar Series, offered throughout the year.

About the facilitator

Kylie Shacklock (She/Her)

BSW, MA (Women's Studies), Advanced Clinical Training in Relational Gestalt Therapy.

Kylie is an accredited mental health social worker, psychotherapist and supervisor. She completed her gestalt training with Gestalt Therapy Australia. Clinically, Kylie has worked across community, health, university and corporate settings – and spent many years teaching yoga-based resilience programs in workplaces across Australia. She currently works in private practice. Her interest in supervision is in supporting new therapists to discover their way of putting theory into practice, and to develop their capacity for relationally-oriented and reflective practice.