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Advanced Clinical Supervision Virtual

Advanced Clinical Supervision: Feminist supervision is for everybody

Instructor: Jennifer Hollinshead

Location: Online

Cost: $950


9-2pm Tuesday, September 10, 2024 (PST)

9-2pm Tuesday, September 17, 2024 (PST)

9-2pm Tuesday, October 1, 2024 (PST)

9-2pm Tuesday, October 8, 2024 (PST)

9-2pm Tuesday, October 22, 2024 (PST)

Please NOTE – All times are Pacific Standard Time

Course Description

Feminist Supervision is for Everybody provides 30 hrs in an engaging yet accessible online format. 

You might recognize inspiration for the title is from bell hooks’ Feminism is for everybody. This course instils an intersectional feminist supervision framework that everybody can apply and benefit from. 

This 30-hour virtual course is facilitated by Peak Resilience’s clinical director Jennifer Hollinshead. This advanced supervision course is based on Dr. Laura Brown’s pivotal work in intersectional feminist therapy and supervision. This course is also informed by multiple supervisors practising therapy and supervision from an antiracist, socially just, queer lens. 

Throughout the course, Jennifer aims to use technology in a way that supports the ethical and effective provision of mental health services. We will explore how our curiousity and use of technology (such as artificial intelligence) will support it’s ethical evolution. Topics up for discussion (not an exhaustive list):

  • Easier ways to record and review sessions
  • using AI to generate different ideas
  • lurking reddit to learn what works with clients

In our time together, we’ll highlight and deconstruct some of the obvious and sneaky ways clinical supervision can be oppressive (or even harmful) to mental health clinicians and their clients. 

Jennifer Hollinshead instructs the course, using examples from various mental health settings to break down clinical supervision and consultation in practical, readily applicable ways. Jennifer started her counselling career in 2006 as a midnight shift relief worker in a shelter for women and children resisting domestic violence. Since then, she has become passionate/obsessive in the fields of sexual trauma, intergenerational trauma, child victimisation and complex PTSD amongst other things. Jennifer pulls from evidence based therapies (including ACT, AEDP, CBT, DBT, EMDR) while practising from an intersectional feminist lens. She is creative and curious in her supervision work, with the audacious goal of leaving the field more feminist than when entered. Need more details? See more info about Jennifer and the way she practises here.

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