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Supercharge your supervision by engaging therapists in active and participatory learning

Presented by Dr Andrew Beck

About the event

This Masterclass webinar will be hosted on Zoom. The webinar will be recorded and will be made available for 30 days after the event to delegates who have registered. You can choose to attend on the day, watch later or both. 

A certificate of attendance will be issued for 3 hours CPD (live attendance only). 

Registration closes - Midday Tuesday 20 February. Places are limited though so book early to avoid disappointment!


Clinical supervision is an integral component of ensuring quality healthcare delivery. However, supervising therapists in a clinical setting can often be a challenging task for supervisors with busy schedules. One common challenge faced by supervisors is the tendency to discuss cases instead of focusing on learning new approaches that can help improve patient outcomes.

This webinar will explore how therapists learn in a clinical setting and how supervisors can apply these principles to clinical supervision. The webinar will look at the various approaches used in therapy to facilitate change and how these can be applied to enhance engagement with learning among therapists.

The webinar will give valuable insights into effective clinical supervision techniques that can inspire therapists to develop their skills and knowledge. This is an excellent opportunity for supervisors to gain practical knowledge and skills that will enable them to effectively supervise therapists in a clinical setting.

Learning outcomes

1. Applying the Kolb learning cycle in everything we do

2. Managing supervisee arousal to get the best out of learning

3. Working with the strong emotions that work as a therapist might elicit

4. Moving between exploratory and didactic approaches

5. Managing supervisee distress and keeping in mind the need for good clinical care

6. When to get active and how to introduce skills practice without putting people off

About the presenter(s)

Dr Andrew Beck has been a Consultant Clinical Psychologist since 2006. As a service lead and supervisor he has focused on developing staff to ensure they provide high quality patient care, and remain in good emotional and physical health while they do so.

Dr Beck was project lead for the IAPT BAME Positive Practice Guide (2019) which has been the key document guiding IAPT services in England to provide more accessible and culturally responsive services and author of Transcultural CBT for Anxiety and Depression (Routledge 2016). Dr Beck is involved in training in culturally adapted therapies at a national and international level and led on establishing India’s first stand-alone CBT training course in Chennai.

Dr Beck has published widely and is also Associate Editor of the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist journal with a responsibility for research on cross-cultural therapy. He is a past BABCP President and Director of Psychology at 'We Are Wellbeing' a major provider of workplace based psychological and physical health projects with companies across the UK.


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23 Feb 2024
30.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - BABCP Member
45.00 GBP (ex. VAT) - Non Member
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