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Integrating creative play and expressive techniques into supervision
Supervision is a critical aspect of professional development and acquisition of clinical skills for mental health practitioners. The use of play and expressive arts techniques in clinical supervision provides many benefits for both the supervisee and supervisor. Playful techniques help to create a safe environment for learning and growth. They strengthen the supervisory relationship, foster self-exploration, and increase understanding of case material. The therapist is able to experientially integrate theory with practice through the use of techniques.
In this fun and experiential training, you will learn how to infuse play and expressive arts into supervision sessions. This infusion will enrich the supervisory experience. Beginning or seasoned clinical supervisors you will walk away with creative supervision activities that can be implement immediately.
Join Liana Lowenstein for this half-day training and explore:
- The benefits of integrating games, art, and other creative techniques into clinical supervision
- How play therapy and expressive arts techniques deepen the supervisees understanding of themselves and client concerns
- Play therapy and expressive arts techniques in individual and group supervision
- Playful activities that can help supervisees set goals for future growth