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1 The sensitive clinical supervisor Carolyn Hastie Senior Lecturer, Midwifery, School of Health and Human Science, Southern Cross University RM, RN, IBCLC, MPhil, Dip Teach, Grad Dip PHC, Cert FPA, PhD candidate, Fellow ACM

2 Psychophysiology & Neuroscience Brain development Emotions Mirror neurons Neural networks Learning process Gut feelings SCARF model

3 Emotions are the body’s currency

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6 Core emotional needs John Heron 1981 1.Love. 2.Understanding 3.Choice

7 Love to love and be loved – to give and receive caring, affection, warmth, appreciation, support

8 Understanding to understand and be understood – to have a grasp of what is going on

9 Choice to choose and be chosen – to be able to take part in the decisions that affect our lives – to be chosen as someone special because of our own particular gifts or qualities.

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12 4 Key Emotional and Social Competencies (of 21) The capacity to: Recognise our own emotions and feelings Manage ourselves effectively Recognise others’ emotions and feelings Interact with others effectively

13 Dubin’s Model of Learning

14 Trust An inner security based on an outer relationship

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16 “The shortest distance between two people is a smile” Victor Borge 1909 - 2000

17 SCARF A brain based model for collaborating with and influencing others S = Status C = Certainty A = Autonomy R = Relationships F = Fair

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