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Saturday June 1st 2019 York

You are invited to a Half Day Workshop on

To be met as a person in supervision: exploring key ideas from the work of Una McCluskey

Facilitated by Christine Bailey

· What attachment dynamics are aroused in us and in our supervisee whenever we welcome them for a session?
· How do we regulate our own fear system whilst hearing of our supervisees’ difficulties and dilemmas?
· What impact does the location and nature of our supervision space have on us, our supervisees, and the quality of the work we do together?
· How do we best promote the wellbeing of our supervisees?

In this workshop Christine will invite you to explore these questions using ideas from the work of Una McCluskey, Dorothy Heard and Brian Lake. Between them these practitioner academics went “beyond Bowlby” to discover the 7 instinctive biological attachment systems in adult life. Integrating this theory with her research on effective caregiving, Dr Una McCluskey created Exploratory Goal Corrected PsychotherapyTM(EGCP) as a way of exploring how these 7 systems work together to create a Restorative Process, which enables people to recover and maintain their wellbeing – whether clients, supervisees or supervisors.

Christine will offer a mix of experiential and small group activities for participants to explore these ideas together. Bring your curiosity!

Christine Bailey is a BACP Accredited counsellor and supervisor from the integrative stable of York St John University. Christine discovered Una McCluskey’s work in 2011 and finds it “the best integrative framework yet” for working with clients and supervisees. She has participated in two of Una’s experiential courses for professional caregivers known as Exploring the Dynamics of Attachment in Adult LifeTM (2011/12 and 2015), two EGCP International Conferences (2015 and 2017), and has recently completed Dr McCluskey’s two year training programme in EGCP. Christine currently works as a Welfare Advisor (Occupational Health) at North Yorkshire Police and in independent practice in York.

10.00 am – 2.00 including lunch. Coffee served 9.30 onwards. Lunch available at 1pm.

The Friends Meeting House, Friargate, York, YO1 9RL
(10 minutes walk from the Station) The venue is fully accessible. It’s recommended to come to York by train or use Park and Ride services – details available on City of York Council website.

To Book your place

Cost: £35.00 for non-members. Members’ Concessionary Fee £20: Lunch is included. For a booking form, please get in touch via the email facility in this website. The booking form needs to be completed and returned to the booking secretary along with the payment. Details are on the form. Payment can be made either by cheque or by on-line banking. Cheques should be made payable to Yorkshire Supervisors’ Forum
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Finally, please note that by filling in the booking form, you accept our terms and conditions. You can cancel your booking and receive a FULL refund any time up to 30 days before the event. After that, NO refund is possible and the full fee will be retained. This is because we have already committed to booking the accommodation and food for the event and are unable ourselves to change our financial obligations. Thank you.


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