Kick-off webinar 18 January 2023 – Intervision / Peer case consultation for members

1600 CET

Dear ENOHE stakeholder,

We are very happy to announce that ENOHE will now start offering peer case consultation!

We will start this new service with a kick-off webinar 18 January 2023 at 1600 CET.

Both the kick-off seminar and consultations are for ENOHE members only and free of charge.

If you want to become a member of ENOHE, please fill out this form, and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.

The intention of case supervision and case consultation is to advance professional development and practice, but one approach stands out: Intervision.

Intervision, also known as peer group supervision, is an approach to embed peer-led reflective practice, where professionals and colleagues can consult the expertise of others to gain valuable new insights in a structured consultation process.

Our ombuds colleagues at universities in Germany have been using peer group supervision successfully to develop their work as ombuds.

The Board of ENOHE has decided that we should offer peer group supervision for a designated period and with a small group of members.

We start this period off with a kick-off webinar followed by intervision meetings. The period will be rounded off with an evaluation meeting for all participants.

Wolf Hertlein, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany
Marianne Høva Rustberggaard, University of Oslo, Norway
Bo Gad Køhlert, University of Copenhagen, Denmark


Tietze, K-O. Peer group supervision: method and principles, phases, fields of application, target groups, and benefits.

Staempfli, A., Fairtlough, A. (2019) Intervision and Professional Development: An Exploration of a Peer-Group Reflection Method in Social Work Education, The British Journal of Social Work, Volume 49, Issue 5, Pages 1254–1273

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