Using experiential techniques can assist us in delving deeper into supervisee concerns allowing us to develop a growth-oriented supervisory relationship. This training is designed to highlight the usefulness of experiential techniques within the supervisory relationship. Attendees will explore several techniques designed to bring creativity to supervision, deepen supervisee self-awareness, and address supervision issues.
Participants will engage in discussion about their own supervisory style and needs of their supervisees, and identify areas in which supervisees struggle to support client issues
Participants will discuss and review several expressive techniques that can be adapted to fit their supervision style and supervisee population to best respond to client needs.
Participants will understand several techniques that can be applied immediately to different aspects of the supervisory relationship.
Assistant Professor ,
Nova Southeastern University