Group Creative Clinical Supervision in October 2023

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Group Creative Clinical Supervision in October 2023

You are invited to take a moment to be with fellow psycho-therapists and counsellors to compassionately reflect on our clinical practice.

By Rose Marie Ahrens

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, October 25 · 10 - 11:30am PDT



About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
  • Mobile eTicket

We will spend 90 minutes together, to collaboratively enquire and compassionately reflect on our clinical practice. We will journey together on this October Wednesday evening and return to our lives knowing that we are not alone.

Your presence will be a blessing.

Learn more about the hosting clinical supervisor here.

Our creative group clinical supervision session will be hosted live online from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Central European Summer Time where we will use our camera and microphones to interact with each other. Instructions on how to join and what to bring with you will be sent to you via email on 23rd October 2023 after registering on Eventbrite.

Upon your registration, your presence will be planned for.

This event is only for eight participants. Sadly, many have registered their intention in participating and have not come to be with those of us waiting for them. Please only register if you can participate. If, after registration, unforeseen circumstances prevent you from attending, please rescind your registration or reach out to the organiser. As spaces are limited, this would allow another colleague to attend.

If you can please make a donation to Doctors Without Borders as a contribution for participating in this Group Creative Clinical Supervision. Your donation will go towards helping the most vulnerable in our global community.

About the organizer

Organized by
Rose Marie Ahrens

Rose Marie Ahrens is a Play and Creative Arts Therapist and a Clinical Supervisor of Play and Creative arts therapies. She believes that in an environment of genuineness and empathy all persons can attain personal growth and understanding of self. This in turn creates resilient healthy families and communities.​ She is a stong proponent of Carl Rogers' humanistic non-directive approach. She adheres to Axline's Principles of play therapy in her practice.

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