Application of Supervision in Play Therapy (6 CEs)
In this distance training, registrants will read the text Supervision can be playful: Techniques for child and play therapist supervisors by Athena Drewes and Jodi Ann Mullen (not included in purchase price), and complete brief essay responses to questions regarding their personal supervision style, theoretical orientation, ethical issues which arise during play therapy supervision, and competency of special populations. This training is intended to help play therapists integrate the text into a personal model of play therapy supervision. Complete instructions are provided upon registration. Please email email@example.com with questions.
- Identify the different supervision styles and how they may be applied to play therapy supervision
- Describe one’s personal style of supervision
- Discuss one’s personal theoretical orientation and how it influences play therapy supervision sessions
- Describe how the supervisor can incorporate play and playfulness into supervision play therapy supervision
- Identify the indicators of transference and countertransference and understand how to respond in supervision
- Identity areas of competence and limitations to competence and develop a plan to meet the needs of play therapy supervisees