Clinical Supervision Service
Introduction

The clinical supervision service aims at enhancing clinical competences and professional development of social workers and related practitioners who are dedicated in working with individuals, couples and families in their own counseling practice.

 

With a competency-based approach to clinical supervision, our clinical supervision emphasizes a focus on identifying and appreciating the unique qualities, clinical experiences and competence level, and resources of supervisees. The development of a secure, trusting, and effective working alliance between supervisor and supervisee is particularly important. The supervisor and supervisee collaboratively build mutual agreement about the goals, scopes, learning focus, and methods of supervision. It is expected to strengthen supervisee’s development of theoretical framework, conceptual and perceptual abilities, intervention skills, and self reflection on one’s work with clients in their counselling practice.

 

In response to the learning styles and training needs of supervisees, there is a continuous, developmental, supervisory feedback process about supervisees’ levels of skills, and training needs over predictable stages of competency development. The supervisory process is experiential, participatory, relational-focused, reflective and educational wherein learning and professional growth occur.

 
Targets

Social workers, counsellors, and clinical practitioners who possess a degree in related discipline

 

Clinical supervision approaches

Emotion-Focused Therapy supervision

Marital and Family Therapy supervision

 

Format of supervision

Individual supervision

 

Methods

Case consultation, Review of audio/video-taped case session and Experiential learning and skills coaching

 

Fee

$1,000 per hour

 

Information on Clinical Supervisor

Mr. Jay Tse is a marriage and family therapist at the Counselling and Training Centre of The Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council. He earned a Bachelor of Social Work degree at Hong Kong Baptist University. He also earned a Master of Family Therapy degree and completed two-year training in Gestalt Therapy at Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut, United States. He is an Approved Supervisor and Clinical Fellow of the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).

 

Mr. Jay Tse has been trained in Emotion-Focused Therapy with Professor Leslie Greenberg since 2004, as well as receiving training from Dr. Serine Warwar, Dr. Wanda Malcolm, Dr. Alberta Pos, and Professor Rhonda Goldman over the years. He is a Certified EFT Trainer (Individual Therapy) and a Certified Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy Supervisor and Therapist recognized by the International Society for Emotion-Focused Therapy (ISEFT). Since 2007, Mr. Tse has been involving in the module workshops and supervision groups in the yearly Training Programs in Emotion-Focused Therapy. He is one of the key trainers in the Certified Training Program in Emotion-Focused Therapy for Individuals (2019-2020).

 

In addition, he have presented Emotion-Focused Therapy workshops for practitioners in the field as well as conducting in-service training courses and workshops for the professional staff of a number of non-governmental organization in Hong Kong.

 

Application

The applicant can make contact with Mr. Jay Tse at 28101104 firstly, and make further arrangement on the supervision format and schedule.

 

Office Hours

Monday to Friday: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am - 12:00 noon
Closed on Sundays and public holidays

 

Contact us

The Hong Kong Catholic Marriage Advisory Council Counselling and Training Centre
Address: Room 101, 1/F., Grand Millennium Plaza, Low Block, 181 Queen's Road Central, Hong Kong
Phone: 2810 1104
Fax: 2523 3121
Email: [email protected]