Online Creative Arts Supervision
Would you like to join a monthly ongoing online supervision group in which we explore how we are working online, and actually use arts materials in the group session? These monthly online supervision groups are for qualified Arts Therapists and psychotherapists who are currently working online (or partially online).
Part of the focus will be to explore ways that we can manage and maintain creative therapeutic relationships in the online setting.
There’ll be an emphasis on positive encouragement, acceptance and support, alongside skills-building and challenge to deepen awareness and understanding. We will use arts materials in part of each session; you’ll be expected to have already had some experience of using the arts therapeutically.
There are currently two separate monthly groups. Each group is limited to a small number of participants (up to 4).
Sessions are led by me, Emma Cameron. I am a UKCP reg. Integrative Arts Psychotherapist, HCPC registered Art Psychotherapist and an ACTO registered Online Therapist. I have a diploma in Relational Supervision, and in addition I am currently training in Digital Supervision to become an ACTO registered Online Supervisor. I hope and intend that my supervisees will benefit from the extra depth of understanding that I am gaining regarding the differences between online supervision of online therapy, and supervision of traditional f2f (face-to-face) therapy.
Online, via the Zoom platform
Session Times and Dates
Monday groups: Monday evenings 7pm-8.30pm
2nd Monday in the month: Green Group: 12th April, 10th May, 14th June, 12th July, 13th Sep, 11th Oct, 8th Nov, 13th Dec, etc. – Please ask me about availability
3rd Monday in the month: Blue Group: 15th March, 19th April, 17th May, 19th July, 20th Sept, 18th Oct, 15th Nov, etc. – This group is now full
£35 per session
Find out more
If you would like to find out more, please email me at espcameron[at] protonmail.com using ‘Group Supervision’ in the subject line.
I do not have personal experience of, nor specialist training in, working with children and adolescents. However, if you are a therapist working with these client groups you may still wish to discuss with me whether the group might still offer something useful, in addition to your regular individual supervision.