Supervision Professional Development

Courses Overview

Our courses are experiential and provide practitioners with experience of the Gestalt process and how to integrate it in their work. They provide an opportunity to learn about gestalt through their experience of the process in the group, modelling by the trainers, exercises to highlight aspects of the approach and opportunities for supervised practice of what has been learned.

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“Moving from the Narrative of Therapy to our Embodied Relational Experience in the Here and Now of Supervision”

An experiential 2 day workshop for Accredited Supervisors with Kay Ferriter.

DATES: Future dates to be announced
PLACES: Max Number 12.
WHERE: In Dublin Gestalt Centre
COST: €180

The workshop aims to demonstrate how to enhance relational depth, presence and competence in individual or small group supervision.

Building support for risk will be a focus.As it builds we will work in dyads, fours and in the big group, doing live supervision with each other. There will be short inputs of theory and time for discussion.

If you are interested in the workshop talk to Kay at the Dublin Gestalt Centre (01) 6619231. Or contact her on

Kay has been involved in the design and delivery of the Gestalt Supervision Course: A Gestalt Relational Model since its inception in 2005. Since then the Gestalt model that has emerged in the DGC is strongly phenomenological, relational and embodied. We hold that human beings throughout their lives can emerge anew into relationship, shaping them and being shaped by them. This philosophy is carried through into her Supervision practice and she hopes into this workshop.

The Relationship that will emerge between Supervisor and Supervisee is crucial to the development of the Supervisees work as Therapist. It is also transformative for the Supervisor. It is the process of paying attention to our unfolding process while talking about clients and being able to bring this into our Relationship with our Supervisor, where it can be heard and not judged that is key to good Supervision. This takes time and space, be prepared not to hurry if you do this workshop.