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UCL CBT-SMHP Programme Supervisor Training

As part of the overall CBT-Severe Mental Health Problems (SMHP) programme, we will be offering supervisor training to Trust CBT supervisors providing supervision to staff enrolled on the two-year PGDip and the one-year PGCert/top-up courses across all three pathways (Psychosis/Bipolar, Eating Disorders and Personality Disorders). The training is designed to support CBT supervisors develop their clinical supervision skills. It is specifically aimed at building supervision skills pertaining to CBT work with people experiencing psychosis / bipolar disorder, eating disorders and personality disorders.

Who is the supervision training for?
The supervision training is only for those supervisors providing supervision to trainees on the programme. It is primarily for supervisors located within trainees’ workplaces (site-supervisors) but will also be open to UCL CBT-SMHP programme supervisors.

If we have places available, we will make them more widely available to practitioners who are not currently offering supervision as part of the CBT-SMHP programmes.

When will it take place?

Generic CBT supervision
16th January 2024 09:30-16:30

Psychosis/Bipolar
Day 1 – 1st February 2024 09:30-14:30: CBT models of psychosis and bipolar and how we approach teaching these
Day 2 – 14th March 2024 09:30-14:30: Challenges in supervision of CBT for psychosis and bipolar
Day 3 – 2nd May 2024 09:30-12:30: Supervision of CBT for psychosis and bipolar in practice – role plays and scenario discussion

Eating Disorders
Day 1 –  22nd April 2024 09:30-14:30: The model and general principles; Core treatment procedures; Doing treatment well. (Zafra Cooper, CREDO, Oxford University and Yale)
Day 2 –  1st May 2024 09:30-14:30: The process of supervision - Key goals and tasks; Setting up supervision; Common topics and challenges. (Rebecca Murphy, CREDO, Oxford University)

Personality Disorders
Day 1 –  12th March 2024 09:30-16:30: CBT models for personality disorders (DATE REARRANGED)

What will be covered?
CBT-Eating Disorders Supervision Workshop: Day 1 - The model and general principles; Core treatment procedures; Doing treatment well. (Zafra Cooper, CREDO, Oxford University and Yale)
CBT-Eating Disorders Supervision Workshop: Day 2 - The process of supervision - Key goals and tasks; Setting up supervision; Common topics and challenges. (Rebecca Murphy, CREDO, Oxford University)
CBT-Personality Disorders Supervision: Day 1 - CBT models for Personality Disorders
CBT-Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder Supervision: Day 1 - CBT models of psychosis and bipolar and how we approach teaching these
CBT-Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder Supervision: Day 2 - Challenges in supervision of CBT for psychosis and bipolar
CBT-Psychosis and Bipolar Disorder Supervision: Day 3 - Supervision of CBT for psychosis and bipolar in practice – role plays and scenario discussion

How do I apply?
The CBT supervisor training is be open to CBT supervisors across all three pathways of the CBT-SMHP programme. We will be establishing contact with all site-supervisors as the programme commences. From here, we will update you on the dates for the training and the application process.

What is the cost of the supervision?
The training is free to all CBT supervisors providing supervision on the programme.

For more information, contact us at: pals.cbtenquiries@ucl.ac.uk