• Date: Monday 11th July 2022
  • Time: 09:30 – 16:30
  • Location: Online (Zoom)
  • Category: CPD

Please note this event is aimed at Graduates of the CYP IAPT Supervision course currently affiliated with a South West CoP service. This workshop is now also available for graduates of our EMHP or CWP Supervision programme.


The aims of this workshops are to provide supervisors and supervisees with a shared language for anticipating and managing problems that arise in the supervisory relationship owing to the inevitable differences in perspectives that will arise during supervision due to training backgrounds, learning styles and interpersonal relational skills. Delegates will be introduced to a model which helps them to make sense of how beliefs about supervision develop and how these beliefs shape behaviour such as preparation, engagement in ‘close’ supervision and receptiveness to experiential methods such as role play. In addition, delegates will be introduced to a range of tools that can assist in identifying, conceptualising and responding to dysfunctional supervisor or supervisee behaviours.  


The workshop will be suitable for those new to supervising or those who have been supervising for a while but perhaps struggle with responding to certain difficulties that arise in supervision (e.g. supervisee avoidance / therapist drift) or who are curious to find more action based / experiential ways of structuring the supervision process. Attendees should be familiar with key CBT concepts, including negative automatic thoughts and schemas. 


Jason Roscoe is a BABCP accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist and Supervisor. He is also Senior Lecturer in CBT at the University of Cumbria where he has delivered group supervision to trainees since 2016 and been a supervisor trainer since 2019. Jason is currently undertaking a PhD centred around interpersonal processes in supervision and has presented research on this topic at the 2019 and 2021 BABCP Annual Conferences. He has also presented for the BABCP Supervision SIG on this topic and published peer reviewed papers in the Journal of Applied Psychology and Social Science and The Cognitive Behavior Therapist.  


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