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Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness


Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness


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von: Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, Maureen P. Davey

49,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 19.03.2014
ISBN/EAN: 9781118653364
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 360

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Cultivate self-awareness, empathy, and clinical competence in the mental health professionals you supervise Providing tested guidance for clinical supervisors of mental health professionals, editors Roy A. Bean, Sean D. Davis, and Maureen P. Davey draw from their own backgrounds in training, private practice, and academe, as well as from an international panel of experts representing various mental health fields to provide activities and best practices that allow therapists to better serve an increasingly diverse set of clients and issues. While clinical skills are easily observed, the more subtle areas of self-awareness, or exploring unexamined judgments are more difficult to spot and to provide supervision and guidance for. The numerous experiential activities included will help supervisors and the mental health professional they supervise develop their skills and techniques around: Intuition Empathy Self-awareness Mindfulness Multicultural awareness Perspective taking The book covers both clinical as well as diversity-focused competence and awareness, and suggests various forms of activities, including research exercises, reflection, journaling, and more. Each activity includes measurement metrics as well as additional resources that help clinicians identify the best activity for a given situation. Appropriate for clinicians at every level and from a multitude of backgrounds, these tried and tested best practices can be used in clinical supervision, as a class assignment, or to facilitate professional growth.
Preface ix Acknowledgments xv Part I: Core Clinical Competence and Self-Awareness 1 Chapter 1 Facilitating Clinician Development UsingThemes of Personal Issues 3 Karni Kissil, Alba Ni˜no, and Harry J. Aponte Chapter 2 Exploring the Person-of-the-Therapist for Better Joining, Assessment, and Intervention 9 Alba Ni˜no, Karni Kissil, and Harry J. Aponte Chapter 3 The Empathy Game 15 Trent S. Parker and Kristyn M. Blackburn Chapter 4 Seeing Through the Eyes of the Other Using Process Recordings 21 Dana A. Schneider, Elizabeth Rodriguez-Keyes, and Elizabeth King Keenan Chapter 5 Discovering Acceptance and Nonjudgment Through Mindfulness 27 Jaclyn D. Cravens and Jason B. Whiting Chapter 6 Encouraging Self-Reflection in the Reflective Listening Process 33 Paul Burke and Melinda Hohman Chapter 7 Enhancing Self-Awareness Using Feedback Reflection 41 Elisabeth Esmiol and Rebecca Partridge Chapter 8 Exploring Personal Roles and Themes in Clinical Training 49 Alyssa Banford and Rachel Tambling Chapter 9 Addressing Resistance to Behavior Change 55 Rebecca Mirick Chapter 10 Teaching Self-Compassion to Decrease Performance Anxiety in Clinicians 61 Anna I. Bohlinger, Jeni L. Wahlig, and Stephanie Trudeau-Hern Chapter 11 Reconnecting With the Motivation to Become a Clinician 67 Bob Gillespie and Julia O’Reilly Chapter 12 Giving a Voice to Clinicians-in-Training About Their Concerns 73 Yudum Akyil, Binh Pham, and Norja Cunningham Chapter 13 A New Experience With the Family of Origin 79 Sean D. Davis and Armando Gonzalez-Cort Chapter 14 Exploring Conflict and Its Importance to Clinician Development 85 Bridget Roberts-Pittman and Anna M. Viviani Chapter 15 Examining the Source of Negative Self-Beliefs 91 Larry D. Williams and Andrae Banks Chapter 16 Creating a Safe Learning Environment for Clinicians Through Group Discussion and Supervision 97 J. Christopher Hall Chapter 17 Increasing Competence for Working With International and National Disasters. 103 Noah Hass-Cohen, Thomas Veeman, Karina A. Chandler-Ziegler, and Andrew Brimhall Chapter 18 Developing Supervision Skills for Resiliency and Decreased Vicarious Trauma 111 Noah Hass-Cohen and Karina A. Chandler-Ziegler Chapter 19 Dealing With Trauma Using Self-Awareness and Self-Care 119 Kami L. Schwerdtfeger Chapter 20 Aligning Organizational and Individual Culture and Values 127 Sue Steiner and Kathy Cox Chapter 21 Collaborative Reflective Training for Mental Health Clinicians in Medical Settings 135 Barbara Couden Hernandez and Lana Kim Chapter 22 Using Medical Genograms in Clinical Supervision 141 Tai Justin Mendenhall and Stephanie Trudeau-Hern Part II: Diversity-Focused Competence and Self-Awareness 149 Chapter 23 Increasing Awareness of Multicultural Issues in Therapy and Supervision 151 Karen L. Caldwell and Shari Galiardi Chapter 24 Exploring Other Perspectives of Gender and Ethnicity 159 Roy A. Bean, Alexander L. Hsieh, and Adam M. Clark Chapter 25 Understanding Power Imbalances in the Clinical Encounter 165 Kimberly A. E. Carter, Jayme R. Swanke, and Venessa A. Brown Chapter 26 Inviting a Better Understanding of Privilege and Disadvantage 173 Peggy McIntosh Chapter 27 Reexamining Social Class, Ethnicity, and Available Resources 183 Kerri E. Newman, Haley V. Pettigrew, Cecily R. Trujillo, and Sara A. Smock Jordan Chapter 28 Experiencing PovertyThrough a Large-Group Role-Play 191 Andrae Banks and Larry D. Williams Chapter 29 Fostering Awareness of Ability and Disability Through Group Inclusion and Exclusion 197 Kathleen Nash Chapter 30 Enhancing Self-Awareness for Working With Deaf Clients 205 Mary C. Hufnell Chapter 31 Preparing Clinicians to Work With Co-occuring Disabilities and Substance Abuse 213 Ally DeGraff, Phillip Sorenson, Alane Atchley, and Sara Smock Jordan Chapter 32 Empowering Clinicians to Work With African Immigrants Through Game Playing 219 Tohoro Francis Akakpo Chapter 33 Group Role-Plays and the Immigrant Experience 225 Chandra Lasley Chapter 34 Supervising Foreign-Born Clinicians in the United States 233 Senem Zeytinoglu, Yudum Akyil, and Karni Kissil Chapter 35 Challenging Heterosexual and Cisgender Privilege in Clinical Supervision 239 Monique D. Walker and Ana M. Hernandez Chapter 36 Exploring Perceptions of LGBTQ Individuals and Couples 247 Bethany Luna, Cody Heath, Anna Andrews, Sara A. Smock Jordan, and Monica Higgins Chapter 37 Discovering Compassion for Victims of Domestic Violence 255 Lisa Vallie Merchant and Jason B. Whiting Chapter 38 Developing Empathy for Co-victims of Rape 263 Karen Rich Chapter 39 Increasing Awareness for Working With Overweight Clients 271 Keeley J. Pratt and Jaclyn D. Cravens Chapter 40 DealingWith Addiction and Recovery 281 Fred P. Piercy and Manjushree Palit Chapter 41 Experiencing the Addiction Recovery Process 287 Angela B. Bradford, Scott A. Ketring, and Thomas A. Smith Chapter 42 Increasing Sensitivity to Ageism 293 Lori Cluff Schade Chapter 43 Helping Clinicians Develop End-of-Life Awareness 301 Michael N. Humble, Melinda W. Pilkinton, Kilolo Brodie, and Jennifer L. Johnson About the Editors 307 About the Contributors 309 Author Index 317 Subject Index 325
Roy A. Bean, PhD, LMFT, is an Associate Professor and Program Director in the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Brigham Young University. He also maintains a private practice where he sees children and families. Sean D. Davis, PhD, LFMT, is an Associate Professor and Site Director for the Marriage and Family Therapy Program at Alliant International University. He is on the editorial board for the Journal of Marital and Family Therapy and maintains a private practice in marriage and family therapy. Maureen P. Davey, PhD, LMFT, is an Associate Professor in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Drexel University and also maintains a private practice where she sees individuals, couples, and families.
Praise for Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness “This is a great book that provides clinicians with wonderful experiential activities crafted to help them develop greater self-awareness and clinical competence. Many of the chapters are outstanding and contain excellent clinical examples that are well written. I highly recommend this book to students, instructors, and clinicians who wish to sharpen their professional skills.” — Frank M. Dattilio, PhD, ABPP, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA “Bean, Davis, and Davey have created a unique resource for clinicians and clinicians in training that targets essential professional and personal skills and is filled with challenging and thought-provoking specific exercises guaranteed to enhance the quality of practice. This book should be an essential part of every curriculum for the training of psychotherapists.” — Jay Lebow, PhD, LMFT, ABPP, The Family Institute at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL “This pioneering volume offers copious examples of how to teach and develop the seemingly intangible, yet empirically grounded, aspects of therapy like self and client awareness, empathy, and cultural competence. The volume is a treasure trove for teachers, supervisors, and students.” — Doug Sprenkle, PhD, Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy/Human Development and Family Studies, Emeritus, Purdue University, College of Health and Human Sciences, Indiana Proven techniques for self-reflective clinical practice Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness contains over 40 of the most well-tested and effective self-awareness training activities. The editors drew on expertise from a range of mental health professions, including family therapy, social work, nursing, and more. The result is a collection of strategies for training clinicians to be more intra-personally, interpersonally, and interculturally competent. These activities are designed for professionals and students engaged in training, supervising, and self-guided professional development. You’ll learn how to teach core skills and diversity-related awareness, from developing empathy to examining negative self-beliefs to dealing with substance abuse. Each activity includes a research-based rationale, clear instructions, examples, and methods for measuring progress. Created by expert mental health researchers and clinician educators, these activities are proven to help supervisors work with diverse learner populations and to help those learners develop the attributes and skills that lead to positive outcomes.

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