Module D: Group Supervision
Supervision groups can provide a nurturing environment to further our learning of Bowen theory. In the clinical supervision groups, participants will learn to
- Define and identify the emotional processes of clients, and also
- Work on one’s differentiating efforts with the client systems or significant systems.
Each supervision group will have no more than 6 members.
In Bowen theory, supervision is not only about discussion on clinical strategies and management of self of the counselor in the counselling session, but it’s also about the applications of Bowen theory in a person’s life, e.g. in clinical work, work relationships / settings, and family / personal life. So members can discuss their clinical cases, as well as challenges faced in daily life and work settings. Learning how to manage self in these areas is a significant area of supervision. Helping members to identify self or family of origin issues that have impact on their clinical work or relationships with others is thus important.
|Course Code:||G 20/23|
|Date & Time:||March 16, 30, April 13, 27, May 11 & 25, 2023 (Thu)
7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
|Group with 6 members:||HKD $2,880 / person
HKD $2,736 / person (COF)
(6 sessions, each session: 3 hours)
|Venue:||Online (Zoom) only|
Ms. Berenice Lee M. Counselling
Berenice first learned about Bowen family systems theory in her Master of Counselling course in Australia in 2006. She has been an active participant in various courses, workshops and conferences with ISSFI since 2010. She is a member of the ISSFI Circle of Friends (COF) Think Tank right from the start and has helped to organize programs for the Circle of Friends and Bowen Theory Conferences in many ways.
Berenice holds a Bachelor of Laws (Honours), Bachelor of Arts in English Language and Literature, Master of Arts in American Literature and Culture and Master of Counselling. She specializes in marital and family relationship counseling, parental guidance, personal coaching, psychotherapy for individuals, and workplace dynamics. She has a private practice in Hong Kong and uses Bowen theory as her framework that a person’s understanding of the effects of reciprocity will bring about a significant change for one’s whole family and the workplace.
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