This volume is intended to help practicing therapists and counselors, as well as students of these professions, to explore more fully and systematically the processes of self-improvement in their work and lives. It captures the reader's interest by discussing some...
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This volume is intended to help practicing therapists and counselors, as well as students of these professions, to explore more fully and systematically the processes of self-improvement in their work and lives. It captures the reader's interest by discussing some of the therapist's personal and professional challenges in a refreshingly honest way. The book deals with a number of standard areas of self-supervision, such as self-monitoring and working with mentors, and provides a framework and a process for examining one's own strengths and weaknesses, then taking steps to improve excellence across a host of domains.
Preface Authors When Therapists Supervise Themselves Jeffrey A. Kottler The Natural and Unnatural Evolution of Therapist Development Jeffrey A. Kottler and W. Paul Jones Critical Self-Monitoring David Shepard and Gloria Morrow A Syllabus for Self-Supervision W. Paul Jones and Robert L. Harbach Confronting Adversity Dana L. Comstock and Thelma H. Duffy Hasta La Vista Baby-I'm Outta Here:Dealing With Boredom Sherill Wiseman and Carol Scott Recognizing Ethnic/Racial Biases and Discriminatory Practices Through Self-Supervision Jesse Brinson and Jose M. Cervantes Self Supervision in Youth Counseling David Leary Technoconsultation:Getting Help in Far-Flung Places John A. Casey and W. Paul Jones There is no "I" in Self:A Discursive Approach to Self-Supervision Stacey L. Sinclair and Gerald Monk From Self-Regulation to Self-Supervision:Lessons from Sport Psychology to the Practice of Therapy David D. Chen and Matt Englar Carlson Self-Supervision in Medical Settings Laurie Carty and W. Paul Jones Licensing Boards and Continuing Professional Growth:Friend or Foe? Shirley Emerson and W. Paul Jones Therapist:Heal Thyself! Maryam Sayyedi and Kathy O' Byrne Blind Spots and Ruts in the Road:The Limits of Self-Supervision Leah Brew and Mike Altekruse Final Thoughts Jeffrey Kottler and W. Paul Jones