Via recorded webinar
Supervision is a cornerstone of professional development and acquisition of clinical skills for child and family therapists. The use of play, art, and sand techniques in clinical supervision provides a host of benefits for both the supervisee and supervisor. Playful techniques help to create a safe environment for learning and growth, and strengthen the supervisory relationship. The child and family therapist is able to experientially integrate theory with practice through the use of techniques that facilitate insight into their clinical work and foster self-awareness.
The overarching goal of this training is to equip clinical supervisors with a foundation for using play therapy and expressive media in individual and group supervision. Beginning and experienced supervisors will learn how to infuse play into supervision sessions to enrich the supervisory experience.
Participants will be engaged in dialogue and playful experiential exercises.
Original recording date: May 19, 2022 Length: 3 Hours
Upon the completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Identify the benefits of integrating play therapy and expressive techniques into clinical supervision
- Describe at least five play therapy techniques for use in individual and group supervision
- Participate in hands-on practice of clinical supervision skills and activities
Sources and Resources (click to expand)
Fall, M., Drew, D., Chute, A., & More, A. (2007). The voices of registered play therapists as supervisors. International Journal of Play Therapy, 16(2), 133–146. doi:10.1037/1555-6818.104.22.168.
Maritano, H., Mansell, C., & Ransburg,, L. (2019). Structure, symbol, and countertransference in group sandtray consultation. Play Therapy 14(4), 12-15.
Mortola, P. (2019). Play becomes real for adults: Measuring effectiveness of expressive arts media for therapists in training using the Oaklander model. Gestalt review, 23(1), 67-83. Doi:10.5325/gestaltreview.23.1.0067
Mullen, J. A., Luke, M., & Drewes, A. A. (2007). Supervision can be playful, too: Play therapy techniques that enhance supervision. International Journal of Play Therapy, 16(1), 69–85. https://doi.org/10.1037/1555-6822.214.171.124
Prasath, P.R., & Copeland, L. (2020). Rationale and benefits of using play therapy and expressive art techniques in supervision. Techniques and interventions for play therapy and clinical supervision (pp. 17-37). IGI Global.
Peabody, M.A. (2015). Building with purpose: Using LEGO SERIOUS PLAY in play therapy supervision. International Journal of Play Therapy, 24(1). 30-40. Doi:10.1037/a0038607
Stewart, A., and Bratton, S. (2019). Express yourself! Using experiential approaches with play therapists in trauma-informed supervision. Play Therapy 14(4), 4-8.
3 CE recorded webinar contact hour(s)
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