Supervision of Art Psychotherapy by P-TaylorFrancis


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									Supervision of Art
Supervision of Art Psychotherapy
Supervision in the Arts Therapies

Editor: Joy Schaverien
Editor: Caroline Case
Table of Contents

Schaverien, Introduction. Case, Review of the Literature on Art Therapy Supervision. Part I: Theoretical
Innovations in Individual Supervision. Damarell, The Supervisor's Eyes. Schaverien, Framing
Enchantment: Countertransference in Analytical Art Psychotherapy Supervision. Dalley, Piecing Together
the Jigsaw Puzzle: Thinking about the Clinical Supervision of Art Therapists Working with Children and
Young People. Henley, Supervisory Responses to Child Art Therapy: Assessment, Intervention and
Outcome. Case, Imagery in Supervision: The Non-verbal Narrative of Knowing. Part II: Theoretical
Innovations in Group Supervision. Laine, Image Consultation: Supporting the Work of Art Therapists.
Skaife, Working in Black and White: An Art Therapy Supervision Group. Robbins, The Art of Supervision.
Brown, Meyerowitz-Katz & Ryde, Thinking with Image Making: Supervising Student Art Therapists. Part
II: Purposes and Challenges in Supervision and Research. Wood, Agency and Attention: Purposes of
Supervision. Killick, Working with Ambivalence in the Clinical Supervision of Art Therapists. Gilroy, In
Pursuit of an Object: The Supervision of Art Therapy Research.

Supervision of Art Psychotherapy will be an inspiration for advanced practitioners and students in training.
It is the first book to formulate a unique theoretical base to current practice in art psychotherapy
supervision. A central theme is the nature of the image in supervision, defining its difference from other
forms of supervision in the mental health professions. Clinical practice is brought to life through vivid
vignettes from diverse settings with a variety of client groups.part I establishes a theoretical base,
introducing innovations in practice and addressing complex clinical issues in child and adult work. Topics
include the narrative of imagery in supervision, enchantment, ambivalence, a topographical approach,
engagement in supervision, and working with the network in art psychotherapy with childrenpart II focuses
on supervision in groups addressing training, difference and peer group image consultation, as well as
supervision of experienced practitionerspart III explores theory related to purposes and challenges in
supervision and research.A vital contribution to the literature in the context of Continuing Professional
Development, this volume establishes the image as central in the supervision of art psychotherapists. It
brings the experience of the artist in the psychotherapist into the frame, provoking questions about the
meaning of images and image making in supervision.

"This new series of Supervision in the Arts Therapies is both timely and necessary. Now that all the arts
therapies are established as State Registered professions in their own right, there is a lack of resources
which can support both the more advanced practitioner and the student. The writers of these individual
titles are leaders in their respective fields both as researchers and practitioners. These publications make
very important and innovative steps, and should be read by everyone in related fields of work." - Dr. Sue

- Diane Walle

"Supervision of Art Psychotherapy is a survey that can serve to direct the reader to reading a preferred
author in more depth. Most of the authors eloquently and directly address both transference and
countertransference issues which may be a good review for sandplay therapists who have become more
comfortable with contransference." - Donna Johnso

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