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Foundations of art therapy supervision : creating common ground for supervisees and supervisors

By: Contributor(s): Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021Copyright date: ©2021Description: xix, 255 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 25 cmISBN:
  • 9781138212152
  • 9781138212145
  • 1138212148
  • 1138212156
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • RC489.A7 A93 2021
Contents:
What is Art Therapy Supervision? Reasons and Expectations -- What Supervisors Need to Know About Supervision -- What Supervisees Need to Know about Supervision -- Navigating Professional Identity : Credentials, Representation, and Relationships -- Confidentiality and Informed Consent / co-authored with Karen Myers -- Racial, Ethnic, and Socio-cultural Differences Across Supervisor, Supervisee, and Client -- Disciplinary Differences : When Your Supervisor is Not an Art Therapist / coauthored with Stephanie Brooks -- Disciplinary Differences : When Your Supervisee is Not an Art Therapist -- Individual and Dyad Supervision -- Group Supervision -- Distance Supervision.
Summary: "Foundations of Art Therapy Supervision serves as a reference guide for art therapists who have found themselves in supervisor roles without prior training and supervisees hoping to learn what to expect from the supervision relationship and illustrates how to receive and provide clinical art therapy supervision. Written by two art therapists with over 35 years of collective supervision experience, this new resource includes a framework for providing effective supervision in the classroom and in the field, case studies and art-based supervisory exercises, and guidance for new professionals seeking certification or licensure. Chapters weave the authors' supervision experience with a significant literature review and feature explanations on how professional identities (art therapist, psychotherapist, counselor, supervisor, supervisee, administrator, educator, etc.) and personal identities (gender, race, sexuality, etc.) influence the supervisory and therapeutic relationships. This book will teach supervisees how to make the most of their experience while simultaneously providing a comprehensive reference for practicing supervisors"-- Provided by publisher.
List(s) this item appears in: 2022 New: Creative Arts Therapies
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Book Book Whitecliffe Library Arts Therapy Arts Therapy RC 489 ART AWA (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 0014195

Includes bibliographical references and index.

What is Art Therapy Supervision? Reasons and Expectations -- What Supervisors Need to Know About Supervision -- What Supervisees Need to Know about Supervision -- Navigating Professional Identity : Credentials, Representation, and Relationships -- Confidentiality and Informed Consent / co-authored with Karen Myers -- Racial, Ethnic, and Socio-cultural Differences Across Supervisor, Supervisee, and Client -- Disciplinary Differences : When Your Supervisor is Not an Art Therapist / coauthored with Stephanie Brooks -- Disciplinary Differences : When Your Supervisee is Not an Art Therapist -- Individual and Dyad Supervision -- Group Supervision -- Distance Supervision.

"Foundations of Art Therapy Supervision serves as a reference guide for art therapists who have found themselves in supervisor roles without prior training and supervisees hoping to learn what to expect from the supervision relationship and illustrates how to receive and provide clinical art therapy supervision. Written by two art therapists with over 35 years of collective supervision experience, this new resource includes a framework for providing effective supervision in the classroom and in the field, case studies and art-based supervisory exercises, and guidance for new professionals seeking certification or licensure. Chapters weave the authors' supervision experience with a significant literature review and feature explanations on how professional identities (art therapist, psychotherapist, counselor, supervisor, supervisee, administrator, educator, etc.) and personal identities (gender, race, sexuality, etc.) influence the supervisory and therapeutic relationships. This book will teach supervisees how to make the most of their experience while simultaneously providing a comprehensive reference for practicing supervisors"-- Provided by publisher.

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