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Summer 2017

Annie is again travelling to Nepal where she will train Nepali psychologists, community workers, NGO workers in supervision. This is a course based on the professional supervision training offered in Ireland but shorter and more intense.

The course is run over 4 days, usually starting at 8am, finishing in late afternoon. Often the participants have started work before we begin training at 8am and then will go back to their jobs in the evening.

There has been an enthusiastic response to the training which has held in Kopila Nepal (Pokhara) KP College, Tribhuvan University (Kathmandu) and other NGOs. A short course in group facilitation has also been delivered to Kopila Nepal participants.

For published articles about the work of Super.Vision Training in Nepal see:


The next Supervision Training is open for applications. The course will start in December 2015 and finish December 2016. The course has undergone a review to ensure it complies with professional bodies criteria and updates in supervision.


Article; "Training Counsellors and Supervisors in Nepal" an article writen by Annie Sampson about her work in Nepal published in IAHIP's Inside Out – See Issue 73, Summer 2014


Participants from the 2013 Supervision Training successfully completed the course. Participants from this cohort have applied for accreditation to professional bodies as well as applying for masters programmes in supervision.

August 2013

Applications are being taken and interveiws scheduled for the next Super.Vision Training commencing October 2013.

January 2013

The current Super.Vision training is underway, we received a large amount of interest from throughout the country and the course reached capacity before commencing in 2012.

April 2011

We are currently working on our 2012 training programme & schedule - If you need further details please contact Super.Vision

June 2010

The next Super.Vision Training Programme will start in October 2010. Applications for the next Programme are being taken now.

The addition in 2009/2010 Super.Vision Training Course, of a weekend workshop facilitated by author and supervisor Robin Shohet proved an invaluable asset to the course and its participants. Previous graduates of Super.Vision were also invited to attend the workshop. Robin used his unique supervisory experience and knowledge to work with the participants on this weekend.

June 2009

A weekend workshop, ‘Supervision and Spirituality’ facilitated by Robin Shohet has been added to the professional supervision training course. Robin is co-author of ‘Supervision in the Helping Professions’ and editor of ‘Passionate Supervision’. He is a supervisor and trainer of supervisors and has vast experience in the whole area of supervision and psychotherapy.

December 2008

December 2008 see's the Super.Vision website launch, Super.Vision was set up by Annie Sampson in early 2006, following it's immediate popularity and success she decided to launch a website which aims to provide up to date news, research, reviews and articles. The website will also provide details of up and coming courses, locations and the application process.