Supervision Seminar

Previous Seminar

Date: Friday, November 25, 2016 (8 am – 1 pm)
Supervision in Clinical Practice
Attendance is free for current practicum supervisors and students of the UBC Clinical Psychology program.

Although many of our external supervisors work in concert with other health care providers with whom they can consult on patient-related concerns, few have a forum in which to discuss issues specific to clinical supervision. To that end, the UBC Clinical Program will host supervision consultation evenings one to two times a year that will be open to internal and external supervisors and students in the program. Meetings will begin with a presentation on clinical supervision and will then provide a forum in which to discuss other supervision-related issues.

In addition to helping practitioners work through supervision-related concerns, enhance their education on this topic, and develop greater skill, these events also offer a chance to connect with other psychologists who are doing clinical supervision. For those whose work tends to be more independent, these meetings can also count towards Category ‘C’ Continuing Competency requirements.

Schedule and Topic

Our next Supervision Seminar, presented by Dr. Rene Weideman, Ph.D., R.Psych., and titled “Supervision in Clinical Practice,” will be held on November 25, 2016 from 8 am to 1 pm. Stay tuned for the seminar’s schedule.

A light snack, refreshments, and lunch will be served. Invitations will be sent out in early September 2016 and attendance is FREE for internal and external supervisors, and students in the clinical psychology program at UBC.

Please RSVP by contacting Armin at and ensure to inform the Clinic Assistant about any dietary restrictions. Advanced registration will be required.


The meeting will be held at UBC at the Lecture Room located in St. John’s College’s (2111 Lower Mall, Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4). Parking is available in the West Parkade, immediately east of the building. Complimentary parking will be provided to current supervisors who register in advance.

Please click here for a map of the location.

Reading List

All articles can be accessed by clicking on the permalinks below and entering your campus-wide login (CWL).


Thomas, J. T. (2007). Informed consent through contracting for supervision: Minimizing risks, enhancing benefits. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 38, 221-231.