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Creative Supervision : The Use of Expressive Methods in Supervision and Self-Supervision
Lahad, Mooli
Jessica Kingsley / Softcover / 2000-01-01 / 1853028282
Expressive Arts Therapies / Clinical Supervision
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Supervision is growing in importance in all professions as a means of focusing on the personal and vocational skills of the supervisee, as well as a means of supporting them in their work. In this book Mooli Lahad argues that the most effective method of supervision uses both right and left hemispheres of the brain, the intuitive and logical. He encourages the use of metaphors, images and stories to enrich theoretical knowledge and improve our understanding of the processes of therapy and support.

In Creative Supervision Lahad introduces techniques, drawn from the expressive arts therapies, which can be employed during a supervision to release information from the creative hemisphere of the brain. These techniques include storytelling, role-playing, guided fantasy, imaginary dialogues, letter-writing, drawing, and the use of colours and shapes. Case examples show how the techniques were used, and how they provided insight into problematic relationships with clients. Drawing from his experiences of working in the aftermath of tragedy in Israel, Northern Ireland and the former Yugoslavia, Lahad examines how to supervise a crisis intervention team: he also focuses on self-supervision.

Combining humanistic, creative and practical approaches, Creative Supervision gives a fresh, new perspective which will inspire supervisors to re-think their practice.

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Table of Contents

Introduction. 1. Starting your supervision. 2. Colours, shapes and lines. 3. The use of stories, films and plays in supervision. 4. Letter-writing and imaginary dialogues. 5. Images, metaphors and guided fantasy. 6. Sailing into the world of magic – using therapeutic cards. 7. The spectogram. 8. BASIC Ph model – how to understand the way the supervisee meets the world. 9. Supervising crisis intervention teams. 10. Resistance or waiting in the hallway. 11. Self-supervision. Appendix. Bibliography. Index.

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