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Online Supervision for recent graduates in Australia and New Zealand with Russya Connor

  • 12 Apr 2022
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ANZACATA is offering subsidised fortnightly online group supervision sessions with Russya Connor for recent graduates in Australia and New Zealand. The sessions will run for 90 minutes. Recent graduates from Australia and New Zealand are invited. You must have graduated (from any ANZACATA recognised course) less than 5 years ago. The maximum number of participants is 8 members. First come, first served. The total cost for the 10 sessions is $500 (+GST if in Australia). Payment for all sessions will need to be made upfront.

The supervision sessions are specifically tailored for recent graduates, with focus on the needs, challenges and difficulties they may be facing when first entering the workplace. The aim is to support the development of a critical reflective practice as a creative arts therapist and to focus on professional growth and confidence building. In the sessions, supervisees can share clinical, creative and administrative concerns and explore possible solutions. The sessions will include practical support around aspects of session planning, collating resources to meet the needs of their clients, learning strategies to meet the demands of mainstream work environment and working with difficult client responses.

PRESENTER

Dr. Russya Connor, PhD, AThR works as a Dramatherapist, supervisor, lecturer and coach. Before she became interested in the transformative potential of the arts, she had a career as an award-winning international performer and theatre artist. Over the last 16 years she has intensively worked with Corrective Services, Indigenous communities, AOD services, Therapeutic communities, the Performing Arts sector as well as conducting professional development. Russya lectures at Edith Cowan University and University of Melbourne and is on staff at Murdoch University in the Graduate Diploma in Creative Arts Therapies. She helps companies and individuals to use playfulness as a strategy for self-mastery and to develop creativity, innovation, and leadership capabilities.

Start date: Tuesday 12 April 2022 (fortnightly)
Time: 5.30 pm AEST (3.30pm HKT, 7.30pm NZT)
Duration: 1 and ½ hours
Location: Zoom (link provided in the registration confirmation email)
Cost: $500 + GST (if in Australia) for 10 sessions
This event closes after 8 participants have signed up.
Open to: Practising members

Session dates: 12/4, 26/4, 10/5, 24/5, 7/6, 21/6, 5/7, 19/7, 2/8, 16/8

Cancellation Policy
When you register and pay to attend one of our events, you are holding a space on our calendar that is no longer available to other members. In order to be respectful of your fellow members and the presenter, please email Michelle as soon as you know you will not be able to attend the event. We keep our events as affordable as possible and need to pay presenters the fee they request. While we understand sometimes urgent matters come up, if registrants cancel at the last minute, we struggle to pay presenters. A full refund will be given if the cancellation occurs more than 24 hours before the event. If the cancellation occurs less than 24 hours before the event, 50% of your registration fee will be refunded only to defray our costs.

IMPORTANT: Due to limited places for events, unpaid invoices will expire within 15 minutes of registering. Please ensure you continue through to the payment screen or pay within 15 minutes to avoid your registration being cancelled. If you have any issue with payment you click the messages popup window in the bottom right corner of the screen, select “Balance due” and “Pay online” on the following screen.

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