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Supervision Training for Dietitians

Supervision Training for Dietitians:
Becoming an Ethical & Effective Supervisor Foundations for Dietitians
ONLINE
November 14th – 15th & 21st – 22nd 2024
Workshop Facilitator: Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg Clinical & APD
About the Workshop

Professional Supervision is a rapidly growing area of professional development for Dietitians in contemporary practice. As our practices become increasingly complex, behaviorally and systems focused, Dietitians are looking for ways to access the support they need to remain responsive and resilient.

Supervision is an evidence-based practice that can support health practitioners with their professional development and functioning, support quality service provision and provide oversight for the maintenance of sound professional conduct.

Delivering supervision requires a unique skill set that surpasses simply having enough clinical experience. Becoming an effective supervisor is supported by a working knowledge of useful supervision models, contracting, evaluation and ethical frameworks and being able to translate this knowledge into practice to work well with a supervisee.

This workshop series is conducted over four-part days online and is supported by significant pre-workshop learning material and workbooks. The online component is highly experiential featuring live and recorded demonstrations, discussions, and practice scenarios. The program is conducted in small groups of 15 to ensure the learning is responsive and relevant to the learning needs of participants. The spirit and skill base at the heart of the training is informed by Motivational Interviewing.

Opportunities for attending 12 months of group supervision of supervision is offered to attendees to support the integration of learning.

What you will learn

At the completion of training, you will be able to:

  • Define professional supervision in terms of functions and desirable outcomes
  • Define supervisor competencies in terms of spirt, skills and knowledge
  • Apply the CLEAR Model and Supervision Spaces Model to specific supervision scenarios
  • Identify appropriate boundaries within the supervision alliance and formulate your own supervision service contract
  • Describe the essential components in supervision that support your supervisees to learn
  • Foster reflective practice in your supervision and your supervisees practice
  • Practice skills for providing effective feedback well
  • Tailor your supervision to fit the developmental phase of your supervisees
  • Apply a model for managing ethical dilemmas in supervision
  • Access evidence-based resources for evaluating your supervision service
  • Appreciate the career-long challenge of developing your supervision skills
How this may help you in your work
  • Add essential knowledge and skills to build your supervision service

  • Develop confidence by affirming your current practices that are working well

  • Feel capable and excited to develop your supervision service with a clear path forward

  • Gain insights that help you to use your own supervision better

Feedback from APDs attending Understanding Boundaries Workshop
  • ‘This workshop is absolutely essential for every Dietitian who values professional practice – no exceptions.’
  • ‘This workshop was a really good exploration of all those things you struggle with as a Dietitian but never hear about/learn about/read about or never really discuss with colleagues. I really liked the discussions and client examples/stories and actions/outcomes of managing boundaries in different situations. I now know where I need to set better boundaries in my practice and have some clear strategies for doing so, that are congruent with ‘best practice’.
  • This workshop is engaging, clear and stepped through all of the aspects of professional boundaries. I know that my practice will be more sustainable and professional as a result of implementing what I have learned at the Boundaries Workshop.
  • ‘Thought-provoking, and definitely worth attending.’ •‘This was so useful to my work!’.
About the Speaker

Tara is an experienced health professional who has been supporting people to manage the challenges of living with chronic disease and mental health issues in both inpatient and community settings for over 25 years. She is a professional Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Clinical Member of PACFA (Psychotherapist & Counsellors Federation of Australia), Member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers), PACFA Accredited Supervisor and an Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tara has a special interest in the clinical area of eating disorders and works within the Health at Every Size ® approach. Tara provides supervision for Health Professionals and is a prominent advocate for the development of a culture of supervision & reflective practice in Australian Dietetics. She is the founder of Dietitian Supervision Resources Australia www.dsra.com.au, a website and community building resource. Tara is recognised for her dedication to excellence in counselling practice through her training services. She brings to her work warmth, humour and a ‘down to earth’ understanding of the real-life challenges of living and working well in the context of modern lives.

Booking Details
When:

November 14th – 15th & 21st – 22nd 2024 9am – 1.30pm AEDT (UTC + 11)

Pre-learning module sent out 6 weeks before the event

Where:
ONLINE via zoom
Who:

Dietitians granted registration by application. Max 15 participants

Completing Pavestone’s Boundaries Workshop is an Essential Pre-requisite

Cost:

All Fees are inclusive of GST and incur a 50c Booking Fee

$785.00                  Fee includes pre-workshop learning module and two workbooks

To book:
Click on ‘Register Now, or go to https://www.trybooking.com/CFGXQ
Enquiries:
About Practice Pavestones www.taramacgregor.com.au

Practice Pavestones is a unique training and skills development service for health and counselling professionals wanting to incorporate an evidence based, client centred orientation to their practice to enhance behaviour change outcomes for their clients. Practice Pavestones provides a particular skill focus for working with eating behaviours and is owned and operated by Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg & APD. Services include Quality Experiential Training, Free Quarterly Skills Newsletter and Clinical Supervision & Mentoring.

Supervision Training for Dietitians

Supervision Training for Dietitians:
Becoming an Ethical & Effective Supervisor Foundations for Dietitians
ONLINE
August 8th-9th & 15th-16th 2024
Workshop Facilitator: Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg Clinical & APD
About the Workshop

Professional Supervision is a rapidly growing area of professional development for Dietitians in contemporary practice. As our practices become increasingly complex, behaviorally and systems focused, Dietitians are looking for ways to access the support they need to remain responsive and resilient.

Supervision is an evidence-based practice that can support health practitioners with their professional development and functioning, support quality service provision and provide oversight for the maintenance of sound professional conduct.

Delivering supervision requires a unique skill set that surpasses simply having enough clinical experience. Becoming an effective supervisor is supported by a working knowledge of useful supervision models, contracting, evaluation and ethical frameworks and being able to translate this knowledge into practice to work well with a supervisee.

This workshop series is conducted over four-part days online and is supported by significant pre-workshop learning material and workbooks. The online component is highly experiential featuring live and recorded demonstrations, discussions, and practice scenarios. The program is conducted in small groups of 15 to ensure the learning is responsive and relevant to the learning needs of participants. The spirit and skill base at the heart of the training is informed by Motivational Interviewing.

Opportunities for attending 12 months of group supervision of supervision is offered to attendees to support the integration of learning.

What you will learn

At the completion of training, you will be able to:

  • Define professional supervision in terms of functions and desirable outcomes
  • Define supervisor competencies in terms of spirt, skills and knowledge
  • Apply the CLEAR Model and Supervision Spaces Model to specific supervision scenarios
  • Identify appropriate boundaries within the supervision alliance and formulate your own supervision service contract
  • Describe the essential components in supervision that support your supervisees to learn
  • Foster reflective practice in your supervision and your supervisees practice
  • Practice skills for providing effective feedback well
  • Tailor your supervision to fit the developmental phase of your supervisees
  • Apply a model for managing ethical dilemmas in supervision
  • Access evidence-based resources for evaluating your supervision service
  • Appreciate the career-long challenge of developing your supervision skills
How this may help you in your work
  • Add essential knowledge and skills to build your supervision service

  • Develop confidence by affirming your current practices that are working well

  • Feel capable and excited to develop your supervision service with a clear path forward

  • Gain insights that help you to use your own supervision better

Feedback from APDs attending Understanding Boundaries Workshop
  • ‘This workshop is absolutely essential for every Dietitian who values professional practice – no exceptions.’
  • ‘This workshop was a really good exploration of all those things you struggle with as a Dietitian but never hear about/learn about/read about or never really discuss with colleagues. I really liked the discussions and client examples/stories and actions/outcomes of managing boundaries in different situations. I now know where I need to set better boundaries in my practice and have some clear strategies for doing so, that are congruent with ‘best practice’.
  • This workshop is engaging, clear and stepped through all of the aspects of professional boundaries. I know that my practice will be more sustainable and professional as a result of implementing what I have learned at the Boundaries Workshop.
  • ‘Thought-provoking, and definitely worth attending.’ •‘This was so useful to my work!’.
About the Speaker

Tara is an experienced health professional who has been supporting people to manage the challenges of living with chronic disease and mental health issues in both inpatient and community settings for over 25 years. She is a professional Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Clinical Member of PACFA (Psychotherapist & Counsellors Federation of Australia), Member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers), PACFA Accredited Supervisor and an Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tara has a special interest in the clinical area of eating disorders and works within the Health at Every Size ® approach. Tara provides supervision for Health Professionals and is a prominent advocate for the development of a culture of supervision & reflective practice in Australian Dietetics. She is the founder of Dietitian Supervision Resources Australia www.dsra.com.au, a website and community building resource. Tara is recognised for her dedication to excellence in counselling practice through her training services. She brings to her work warmth, humour and a ‘down to earth’ understanding of the real-life challenges of living and working well in the context of modern lives.

Booking Details
When:

August 8th – 9th & 15th – 16th 2024 9am – 1.30pm AEST (UTC + 10)

Pre-learning module sent out 6 weeks before the event

Where:
ONLINE via zoom
Who:

Dietitians granted registration by application. Max 15 participants

Completing Pavestone’s Boundaries Workshop is an Essential Pre-requisite

Cost:

All Fees are inclusive of GST and incur a 50c Booking Fee

$785.00                  Fee includes pre-workshop learning module and two workbooks

To book:
Click on ‘Register Now, or go to https://www.trybooking.com/CFGXQ
Enquiries:
About Practice Pavestones www.taramacgregor.com.au

Practice Pavestones is a unique training and skills development service for health and counselling professionals wanting to incorporate an evidence based, client centred orientation to their practice to enhance behaviour change outcomes for their clients. Practice Pavestones provides a particular skill focus for working with eating behaviours and is owned and operated by Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg & APD. Services include Quality Experiential Training, Free Quarterly Skills Newsletter and Clinical Supervision & Mentoring.

Supervision Training for Dietitians

Supervision Training for Dietitians:
Becoming an Ethical & Effective Supervisor Foundations for Dietitians
ONLINE
June 13-14 & 20-21, 2024
Workshop Facilitator: Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg Clinical & APD
About the Workshop

Professional Supervision is a rapidly growing area of professional development for Dietitians in contemporary practice. As our practices become increasingly complex, behaviorally and systems focused, Dietitians are looking for ways to access the support they need to remain responsive and resilient.

Supervision is an evidence-based practice that can support health practitioners with their professional development and functioning, support quality service provision and provide oversight for the maintenance of sound professional conduct.

Delivering supervision requires a unique skill set that surpasses simply having enough clinical experience. Becoming an effective supervisor is supported by a working knowledge of useful supervision models, contracting, evaluation and ethical frameworks and being able to translate this knowledge into practice to work well with a supervisee.

This workshop series is conducted over four-part days online and is supported by significant pre-workshop learning material and workbooks. The online component is highly experiential featuring live and recorded demonstrations, discussions, and practice scenarios. The program is conducted in small groups of 15 to ensure the learning is responsive and relevant to the learning needs of participants. The spirit and skill base at the heart of the training is informed by Motivational Interviewing.

Opportunities for attending 12 months of group supervision of supervision is offered to attendees to support the integration of learning.

What you will learn

At the completion of training, you will be able to:

  • Define professional supervision in terms of functions and desirable outcomes
  • Define supervisor competencies in terms of spirt, skills and knowledge
  • Apply the CLEAR Model and Supervision Spaces Model to specific supervision scenarios
  • Identify appropriate boundaries within the supervision alliance and formulate your own supervision service contract
  • Describe the essential components in supervision that support your supervisees to learn
  • Foster reflective practice in your supervision and your supervisees practice
  • Practice skills for providing effective feedback well
  • Tailor your supervision to fit the developmental phase of your supervisees
  • Apply a model for managing ethical dilemmas in supervision
  • Access evidence-based resources for evaluating your supervision service
  • Appreciate the career-long challenge of developing your supervision skills
How this may help you in your work
  • Add essential knowledge and skills to build your supervision service

  • Develop confidence by affirming your current practices that are working well

  • Feel capable and excited to develop your supervision service with a clear path forward

  • Gain insights that help you to use your own supervision better

Feedback from APDs attending Understanding Boundaries Workshop
  • ‘This workshop is absolutely essential for every Dietitian who values professional practice – no exceptions.’
  • ‘This workshop was a really good exploration of all those things you struggle with as a Dietitian but never hear about/learn about/read about or never really discuss with colleagues. I really liked the discussions and client examples/stories and actions/outcomes of managing boundaries in different situations. I now know where I need to set better boundaries in my practice and have some clear strategies for doing so, that are congruent with ‘best practice’.
  • This workshop is engaging, clear and stepped through all of the aspects of professional boundaries. I know that my practice will be more sustainable and professional as a result of implementing what I have learned at the Boundaries Workshop.
  • ‘Thought-provoking, and definitely worth attending.’ •‘This was so useful to my work!’.
About the Speaker

Tara is an experienced health professional who has been supporting people to manage the challenges of living with chronic disease and mental health issues in both inpatient and community settings for over 25 years. She is a professional Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Clinical Member of PACFA (Psychotherapist & Counsellors Federation of Australia), Member of MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers), PACFA Accredited Supervisor and an Accredited Practising Dietitian. Tara has a special interest in the clinical area of eating disorders and works within the Health at Every Size ® approach. Tara provides supervision for Health Professionals and is a prominent advocate for the development of a culture of supervision & reflective practice in Australian Dietetics. She is the founder of Dietitian Supervision Resources Australia www.dsra.com.au, a website and community building resource. Tara is recognised for her dedication to excellence in counselling practice through her training services. She brings to her work warmth, humour and a ‘down to earth’ understanding of the real-life challenges of living and working well in the context of modern lives.

Booking Details
When:

2024 Dates to be advised. June is full. August and November workshops are being planned according to demand. Please APPLY NOW to assist with planning.

Where:
ONLINE over 4-part days 9am – 1.30pm AEDT/AEST. Typically, Thurs-Fri blocks
Who:

Dietitians granted registration by application. Max 15 participants

Completing Pavestone’s Boundaries Workshop is an Essential Pre-requisite

Cost:

All Fees are inclusive of GST and incur a 50c Booking Fee

$785.00 Fee includes pre-workshop learning module and two workbooks

To book:
Click on ‘Register Now, or go to https://www.trybooking.com/CFGXQ
Enquiries:
About Practice Pavestones www.taramacgregor.com.au

Practice Pavestones is a unique training and skills development service for health and counselling professionals wanting to incorporate an evidence based, client centred orientation to their practice to enhance behaviour change outcomes for their clients. Practice Pavestones provides a particular skill focus for working with eating behaviours and is owned and operated by Tara MacGregor PACFA Reg & APD. Services include Quality Experiential Training, Free Quarterly Skills Newsletter and Clinical Supervision & Mentoring.