CREATIVE ARTS SUPERVISION
Having regular supervision is a necessary requirement in order for a therapist to practice safely. In Creative Arts Supervision, creative tools are used to help therapists to deeply reflect on their practice.
Benefits to working creatively in supervision:
Uncover your unconscious processes and blind spots
Be challenged and stretched in playful and safe way
Help to relax the not knowing and not being in control of the therapeutic process
Grow your imagination in order to think of new solutions and problem solve
Build upon your empathy and compassion for clients as well as self-compassion
Learn to tune into and utilise your felt senses in your practice
There is a co-creating relationship between therapist and Supervisor
The ethical framework that exists in therapy is transferred to the supervision space, such as unconstitutional positive regard for the supervisee by the supervisor and compassionate boundary setting. Serving the best interest of the client is at the heart of supervision practice.
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