Join Lisa Dion for a really important and special conversation about a topic that has never been discussed in this entire podcast series … It’s about supervision. And not just any type of supervision, but reflective-relational kinds of supervision.
Some of you may likely be engaged in your own supervision and some of you may be supervisors … you’re encouraged to listen to this conversation in whatever way you feel is most meaningful for you.
To have this conversation, Lisa has three very important people in her life – Polly Douglass, Kim Buller, and Khris Rolfe are three extraordinary play therapists and supervisors and some of the top supervisors at the Synergetic Play Therapy Institute. They’ve been trained not only in Synergetic Play Therapy, but in multiple other modalities, and have a beautiful perspective about how to do this thing we call supervision in a way that is incredibly reflective and relational.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- What it means to be reflective and relational in supervision;
- How to cultivate a reflective and relational supervisor-supervisee relationship;
- What it means to be the external regulator for a supervisee;
- How to support a supervisee in becoming more embodied in their work as a play therapist; and
- How to offer an empowering supervision experience for a supervisee that ultimately develops their trust within themselves as a therapist.
Listen to this conversation that weaves together a beautiful tapestry of reflection and relationship within the supervisor-supervisee experience, and one that allows for the play therapist to “feel” about their client instead of just “think” about their client.
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