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Social Work Supervision: surviving and thriving in practice

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Australian Catholic University, Strathfield Campus

Edward Clancy Building, Room 640.1.32

163-167 Albert Road

Strathfield, NSW 2135

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Australian Catholic University logoAccess to regular and structured supervision is key to surviving and thriving in practice. However, our burgeoning workloads often mean that supervision is the first thing to be shifted in our calendars. This seminar includes a panel session of experienced practitioners and supervisors discussing the value of supervision and strategies for prioritising it in our work.

Panel members are:

Paul Andrews – Social Work Professional Educator, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney

Margaret Bramwell - Social Work Manager, St Vincent’s Hospital, Sydney

Sera Harris – Lecturer in Social Work, Australian Catholic University

Fiona Hastings – General Manager, Families and Community, CatholicCare Sydney

Jenny Rose - Social Work Student Educator, the Children’s Hospital at Westmead


The seminar will also provide an opportunity to engage in a ‘speed supervision’ session.

Admission free, but please register for catering purposes.

Registrations close 5pm Friday 28th April.

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Australian Catholic University, Strathfield Campus

Edward Clancy Building, Room 640.1.32

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