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Supervision Training

Advanced Specialist Diploma in Clinical & Creative Supervision

Looking to train as a clinical supervisor? Our Diplmoa in Creative and Clinical Supervision Course might be the perfect option for you. This comprehensive creative supervision course is delivered by professionals, and will equip you with all the concepts, confidence and skills you need to become a successful supervisor.


This clinical supervision course is suitable for people working in helping professions, including counsellors, psychotherapists, dramatherapists, creative arts therapists alike. 

Advanced Specialist Training recognition by the National Counselling & Psychotherapy Society (NCPS).

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Entry Requirements

To apply you must:

  • Be a qualified counsellors, psychotherapist or other  mental health professional

  • Have an interest in to be  clinical supervisor

  • Members of the helping professions (including qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists) looking to take the next step in their career.

  • Be eligible for accreditation with your professional body of 450 hours or more.

Course Content

  • Models of supervision

  • How to work with supervisee’s at different stages of their career

  • Working creatively in supervision

  • How to use empty chair and other in-action techniques

  • Supervising in group settings

  • Working with supervisees who work with children or in a school setting

  • Theories: TA, Psychodrama and Gestalt

  • Working with transference and countertransference

  • Psychoeducation – It’s use in supervision

  • Ethics and boundaries in supervision

  • Psycho-drama

  • Skills Practice

  • Transferring skills to online

  • Reflective Practice


  • Live supervision session, which with be recorded and you will get both tutor and peer feedback. You will be asked to write a 2000 word reflective journal.

  • Skills practice.

  • 1 sessions recorded with a supervisee – with a 1000 word work reflection on your model of supervision.

  • 2000 word essay – you can choose your topic as long as it is related to your learning.

  • 25 hours of supervision practice to be signed off by a supervisor.

Next Intake

Get your place set for January 2025!


Will consist of 1 full a week and 6 subsequent Mondays

Face to face in Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne!


Monday 27th January 2025  - Friday 31st January

9:00am - 5:15pm (one full week)

Then :

Monday 17th February 2025 - 9:00am - 5:15pm

Monday 24th March 2025 - 9:00am - 5:15pm

Monday 28th April 2025 - 9:00am - 5:15pm

Monday 19th May 2025 - 9:00am - 5:15pm

Monday 30th June 2025 - 9:00am - 5:15pm


Please enrol now or contact us for more information.



Can be made over several payments

Deposit £300.

Pease see FAQS for more information

Course Model

The course is designed for counsellors and psychotherapists acting as supervisors or considering adding supervision to their practice. It is not necessary for participants to be working as supervisors during the course, since opportunities for skills practice and peer review are provided during the course time. That said we ask that prior to gaining the qualification you have experience of 20 supervised supervision hours.

The course consists of theoretical, experiential and supervisory components. The theoretical input encourages critical engagement with the theory and practice of supervision. It is based in psychodynamic and integrative principles, with a strong commitment to the creative process and the use of creative action methods in one-to-one and group supervision.

We will be heavily incorporating working creatively within supervision and bring in more creative modalities to help your supervisee’s understand the therapeutic relationships they have with their clients.

Assessment is ongoing and aims to ensure that students are able to work with the dynamics and processes of supervision; that there is congruence between the student’s theoretical knowledge and their supervisory practice.

Complete the form to enrol on the next available intake for our Diploma in Clinical Supervision. Places on each intake will be offered to applicants on a first-come, first-served basis, we will conduct interviews before beginning the course.

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Who does the teaching?

The clinical supervision course is delivered by a core tutors Lyndsey Waugh and Denise Howard, and an experienced clinical supervisor alongside expert guest lecturer Marcia Ash.

Who can apply for Clinical Supervision Training?

Members of the helping professions (including qualified counsellors, psychotherapists and psychologists) looking to take the next step in their career.

What is the cost of the clinical supervision course?

The overall course fee is £1200. This can be paid in full, in two parts or monthly via direct debit with a deposit of £300 

Is this course accredited?

We have been awarded an advanced specialist diploma recognition from National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society.

Where does the clinical supervision course take place?

Our course is a face to face ran course held in Gosforth, Newcastle Upon Tyne.

Don't just take our word for it......

"We couldn't talk to each other, it felt like the respect had gone from both of us, having children and life stresses really impacted us, therapy gave us a sense of who we were and stand up and listen. "

Ali and Matty, Monkseaton

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