Dawson Program Mentoring Program
The purpose of becoming a mentor is to:
Support the practitioner/student (mentee) to build their knowledge, skill and confidence towards their personal goal
To refer the mentee to other mentors if additional training and experience is required
Benefit from the reflection and opportunity to deepen your understanding, while contributing positively to another person's journey and experience
Who will you be mentoring?
Applicants are invited to seek a mentor at any stage in their development through the Dawson Program journey. These include:
if they have just completed their initial training,
if they trained many years ago and would like to kick start again, or
if they are already an active practitioner
Guidelines for Mentoring
The aim of the Mentoring Program is to connect individuals who wish to expand their current knowledge and experience in the Dawson Program, with someone who has the ability and desire to mentor these individuals or groups.
Connecting you with the mentor that suits your journey:
The level of experience required to become a mentor within the Dawson Program Network will vary depending on the circumstances of the person requesting a mentor (the mentee). The information below gives structured guidelines to assist in the process. Please contact us if you're not sure which level of mentoring best suits your experience and the stage of your Dawson Program journey.