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January 2020 Webinar, "Supervision and Mentoring: How They are Different and How They Feed Your Personal and Professional Growth, Development and Needs as a Practitioner"
Thursday, January 16, 2020, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Category: Webinars

January 2020 Webinar, "Supervision and Mentoring: How They are Different and How They Feed Your Personal and Professional Growth, Development, and Needs as a Practitioner" 

Presented by: Liz Stewart 
Credit: 1 CE Elective Credit

We will interactively discuss:

3 key elements of supervision

1. Formative: developing skills and understanding (create a safe environment, etc)
2. Normative: meeting the ethical/organizational standards and quality control (clarity of your role).
3. Restorative: support and resources (social and emotional) that you need to sustain yourself in your work.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understanding how supervision and mentoring differ. 
  • Exploring the three key elements that sustain and support you in practice. 
  • Recognizing why our whole community benefits when you get supervision and/or mentoring. 

Webinar Registration Fee:

  • IASI Members: $20.00 
  • Non-Members: $30.00
          
    *Online Registration for this Webinar is now closed. All webinars are recorded and will be available for purchase in the coming weeks. 

    **Cancellation PolicyCancellations made up to five business days prior to the date of the webinar will receive a full refund of the purchase price. Cancellations made less than five business days prior to the course will not receive a refund. All cancellation requests must be submitted in writing via email to [email protected]asi.net.

About the Speaker :

Liz Stewart is a Board Certified Structural Integrator and an Advanced Practitioner of Structural Integration. She has been in practice since 1992 having graduated from the Guild For Structural Integration in Boulder, CO. In addition to her SI education, she has studied other complementary modalities to help inform her hands, especially when working with complex clients. Early into her practice, Liz assisted in basic and advanced trainings with teachers who studied directly with Dr. Ida Rolf. With a strong desire for a diverse education, yet limited by the politics between schools, Liz also apprenticed locally with Rolf Institute and Movement Faculty in their private practices. She is former faculty at GSI, has guest taught at the DIRI (The Rolf Institute), SOMA-Institute, SKT Institute, and has her own CE courses and ongoing study groups both in the US, abroad and online.

In addition to her private practice, Liz has a supervision program (a type of mentoring, consultation and education) where she provides in-person and online support in small group settings and one-to-one sessions for practitioners and SI educators. Liz holds the belief that supervision provides the imperative framework for self-care and a path to understanding oneself in their professional. With 27 years of practice along with her teaching and supervision trainings from GSI, Matrixworks®, The Trauma-Dynamics Institute, The Center for Group Studies, The Center For Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, and the Oxford-Brookes University. Liz invites you to discover your professional self fully in your work.

Liz brings her fun and supportive nature into all she does. Her work has been described as comprehensive and deeply transformative. Her clients refer to Liz as “highly intuitive, strikingly observant and razor-sharp”. She practices out of her North Boulder office and when she is not there, she is either with family (dog included) hiking, cooking or riding her bike.

Member of:

The Guild For Structural Integration (GSI and EU-GSI)
International Association of Structural Integrators (www.theIASI.org)
European Association for Coaching
American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA)
The Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies
The Center for Group Studies (CGS)
Oxford-Brookes University
SOMA Institute