Session on 26 November 2019 13:30 UTC - View on timetable
Fear knocked at the door. Love answered and there was no-one there (Sufi Maxim)
I will be looking with you at how fear and love enter into our everyday life. Fear can sometimes hide behind such states as anger, shame, preoccupation with safety, rigid adherence to beliefs or rules, comparisons, judgement, perfectionism, impatience. Much of my work is bringing fear into consciousness in order to dissolve it so we can enter into a here and now loving presence together. Part of the talk will be on how this was done in an assessment process for the EMCC ESQA Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Supervision at Ashridge Hult.
Robin Shohet is the author of many books on clinical supervision, including Passionate Supervision (2007) and is co-author of the seminal training text for supervisors Supervision in the Helping Professions (with Peter Hawkins). Robin has supervised for over thirty years and is the cofounder of the Centre for Supervision and Team Development. ‘Supervision as Transformation: A Passion for Learning’ was published in 2011. He has a particular interest in group supervision and how it can be introduced and embedded in organisations. Robin is the External Moderator for the Ashhridge HULT Post Graduate Organisational Supervision Programme EMCC Global Supervision Quality Award (ESQA).