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 19/21|
|Date & Time:||Apr 16, May 14, Jul 9, Aug 6, Sep 10, Oct 8 (Fri)
9:30 am – 12:30 pm
|Group with 6 members:||HKD $4,200 / person for 6 sessions (each session: 3 hours)
HKD $4,000 / person (COF)
|Group with 5 members:||HKD $5,200/ person for 6 sessions (each session: 3 hours)
HKD $4,940 / person (COF)
|Venue:||International Social Service Hong Kong Branch, 6/F, Southorn Centre, 130 Hennessy Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong|
Mrs. Peggy Chan B.Soc.Sc., M.Ed., R.S.W.
Mrs. Peggy Chan is presently Director of Programme, ISS Family Institute, International Social Service Hong Kong Branch. Mrs. Peggy Chan started her study of Bowen theory in the early 1990s in Vancouver. She continues her study of Bowen theory through attending the Postgraduate Program on Bowen Family Systems theory and Its Applications at the Bowen Center for the Study of the Family, Washington DC, U.S.A. from 2008-2013, and the Bowen Center’s Research Seminar group since 2013. She is a member of the Bowen Center’s Network Program for the Advancement of the Bowen Theory since Nov. 2014, and collaborates with other Bowen theory training centers around the world to promote better teaching and learning of Bowen theory. She was a plenary speaker of the First International Conference on Bowen Family Systems Theory, Pittsburg, U.S.A. in August, 2015. Besides conducting training programmes on Bowen theory in Hong Kong, she has presented at conferences and workshops in China, Taiwan, and U.S.A. Working closely with non-governmental organizations, she conducts programmes for parents of school children and parents of substance abusers based on Bowen theory.
Mrs. Peggy Chan was trained as a social worker (B.Soc.Sc., HKU), and counselor (M.Ed., U. of Toronto) prior to her family systems training. She has over 20 years of experience in counseling individuals and families, conducting clinical supervision, and training professionals. Her areas of specialization include marital and women‘s issues, sexual issues, loss and grief, parent-child relationship difficulties, and cultural adaptation. She is Adjunct Assistant Professor of the University of Hong Kong, teaching and supervising M.Soc.Sc. (Counselling) students since 2002. She is Fellow and Approved Supervisor of the Hong Kong Professional Counselling Association, and also Approved Supervisor of the Hong Kong Marriage and Family Therapy Association.
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