Mentoring the Expressive Arts Therapist: Queen Being Supervision to Support Inclusion, Role and Responsibility 2020

Mentoring the Expressive Arts Therapist: Queen Being Supervision to Support Inclusion, Role and Responsibility with Terri Halperin-Eaton, MA
This workshop will support exploring the container of supervision as a sacred bee hive relationship that holds and contains trust, vulnerability, curiosity, authenticity and discovery. It will foster an exploration of the qualities that a supervisor and supervisee can bring forward in order to enhance and best support a culturally competent and inclusive approach. It will cover collaborative problem solving, challenging difficult cases and exploring client caseloads through the use of the arts. An arts experiential will be used to support supervisory work in progress as well as developing a vision for future supervisory relationships. Additionally, a developmental approach will be applied towards understanding the qualities necessary for clinical awareness, insight and transformation of the EXTH supervisee and supervisor mutually. The potential for learning and growing together as well as collaborating in the work make for a successful mentoring experience.

Queen Track

Saturday, March 28, 2020

9 – 10:30AM (90 minutes)

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