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Wed, 05 June



Leaning in – How to be an ACT Supervisee

Join Toni Lindsay for a webinar on how ACT practitioners can get the most out of supervision

Leaning in – How to be an ACT Supervisee
Leaning in – How to be an ACT Supervisee

Time & Location

05 June 2024, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm AEST



About the event

Clinical supervision can be awesome, and a fantastic adjuvant to clinical practice, however, for many therapists they feel like they are not getting the most out of what supervision could be. Within supervision, sometimes a bunch of difficult stuff will show up – imposter syndrome, tricky feelings (guilt, shame, embarrassment), stuckness and uncertainty – all of which are familiar to us from an ACT lens. This webinar will explore the way that supervisees can engage in supervision to make sure that they are getting what they need. We will cover how ACT supervision is different, identifying your own needs in supervision, understanding what it means to focus on process and how to get guidance on ACT skills.

In the 90 mins we will have lots of opportunity to explore the experience of supervision, and allow participants to reflect on their own experiences of what has worked well, what is working now, and what they would like to improve on to get the most of the supervision experience.

This session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available to ticketholders for 30 days.

About the presenter

Dr Toni Lindsay is a Senior Clinical Psychologist who has been working with both adults and adolescents in an oncology setting since 2007.  She works at Chris O'Brien Lifehouse in the Oncology service and is a specialist in the care of Adolescents and Young Adults with cancer. Toni teaches in the Department of Adolescent Medicine at the University of Melbourne and the University of Sydney Nursing School. She is the chair of the International Psycho-Oncology for Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Care Group and is actively involved in several multisite research projects.  She has published five books. ‘ACT at the End – Using Acceptance and Commitment Therapy at the end of Life’ and ‘Everything Anxiety Told you is a Lie’ are both being been released in 2024. All her books, including 'The Certainty Myth' (2022), ‘Cancer, Sex, Drugs and Death’ (2017) and ‘The Cancer Companion’ (2021) are about the use of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).   She is an AHPRA approved supervisor and provides clinical supervision for both psychologists and other health professionals.

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  • Webinar attendee

    Session will be recorded and made available to ticketholders for 30 days.

    From $10.00 to $50.00
    • $50.00
      Tax: GST included+$1.25 service fee
    • $10.00
      Tax: GST included+$0.25 service fee



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