Creative Action Supervision
A CPD event for supervisors, practitioners, and trainees to gain a new perspective on their supervision practice.
Supervision that accesses and utilises our own creative resources can bring new perspectives and enthusiasm to our work. Methods drawn from drama, art and movement allow us to access our reflective capacity in a fresh way, to bring into focus what was previously in the shadows.
During this experiential evening we will reflect on the relevance of creative thought and action approaches to supervision. What happens to us when we engage a playful curiosity, the imagination and the body in the service of understanding our work and reviewing our options? There will be a chance to witness and take part in a creative supervision session.
Anna Chesner is co-director of London Centre for Psychodrama Group and Individual Psychotherapy. Anna developed the cross – professional Diploma Course in Creative Supervision delivered through the London Centre for Psychodrama. The training has HIPC/ UKCP Recognised Supervision Training Status. She works in private practice in London as a psychotherapist, supervisor and trainer. She has written about her work in Creative Supervision Across Modalities (eds A Chesner and L Zografou JKP 2014)