"The more you know yourself, the more patience you have for what you see in others." Erik Erikson
Getting together with your peers offers a fantastic opportunity to learn and grow with like-minded people. Professional psychology, counselling and mental health bodies require their members to achieve a certain number of professional development (PD) and peer consultation hours to maintain registration. ‘Peer consultation’ is defined as supervision and consultation in individual or group format, for the purposes of professional development and includes a critically reflective focus on the psychologist’s own practice.
Our 4-Day Bali PD Retreats provide a fantastic opportunity for you to meet these requirements and form new connections.
There is no better way to undertake peer consultation requirements than on a Bali Retreat. Each day there will be an opportunity to partake in peer consultation. On Day One of the program, participants will start to get to know each other. A schedule will be made available for you to write down the names of those you would like to book a session with for peer supervision. The speakers will also be available for a session. How peer supervision is conducted is totally up to each participant. You may choose to sit by the pool, go on a tourist outing or grab a bite to eat together.
Participants find peer supervision one of the most rewarding parts of the retreat. Not only is it a great way to network, but the diverse backgrounds of participants provides a rich learning environment. You can bring de-identified cases, workshop notes for PD you have previously attended, or ideas on how to improve your practice. There is no limit to what you would like to discuss and receive feedback on.