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Self Supervision : A Primer for Counselors and Human Service Professionals,9781583910757

Self Supervision : A Primer for Counselors and Human Service Professionals

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9781583910757

ISBN10:
1583910751
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Nonspecific Binding
Pub. Date:
4/5/2002
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Routledge
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Summary

Self-Supervisionsynthesizes past and current literature on the theory and practice of self-supervision and provides counselors and human service professionals with a plan for the pursuit of independent professional growth. Beginning with a historical overview and discussion of the counselor-client relationship, boundary transgressions, the counselor's family-of-origin and unresolved issues, and disclosure styles, the author provides the reader with a foundation for understanding the issues that must be examined when evaluating one's own work. He then outlines the reflective process and describes the actual practice, guiding principles, and strategies for self-supervision. Finally the author presents several proactive measures for counselor self-care that readers will find useful.

Author Biography

Patrick J. Morrissette, Ph.D., RMFT, NCC, is an Associate Professor in the School of Health Studies at Brandon University in Manitoba, Canada. He is a Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor with the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), an Approved Clinical Supervisor with the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC), and a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xi
Foreword xiii
List of Tables and Figures
xv
Introduction xvii
Counselor Self-Supervision: A Historical Overview
1(32)
Broadening the Supervisory Lens
2(2)
The Influence of Constructivism
4(2)
A Changing Tide: The Influence of a Solution-Focused Orientation
6(1)
Competency-Based to Solution-Oriented Supervision
7(1)
Methods of Self-Introspection
8(6)
Communication Specialists' Influence in the Development of Self-Supervision
14(1)
Developmental Frameworks of Self-Supervision
15(1)
Self-Assessment Instruments
16(2)
Cognitive Behavioral-Oriented Self-Supervision
18(1)
Counselor Self-Assessment
19(1)
Self-Supervision in Systemic and Family Therapy
20(7)
Self-Supervision Within a Group Context
27(1)
Self-Supervision in Psychiatry
27(4)
Conclusion
31(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
32(1)
The Counselor-Client Relationship
33(23)
Counselor Centrality and Overinvolvement
33(1)
Overinvolvement Through a Systemic Lens
34(2)
Overstepping Boundaries
36(1)
Transitional Points in Counseling
37(1)
Indicators of Counselor Overinvolvement
38(7)
Cycle of Counselor-Client Conflict
45(1)
Complementary Coupling Behaviors
45(2)
Epistemology and Counselor-Client Conflict
47(1)
Therapeutic Alliance and Collaboration
47(3)
Counselor Self-Disclosure
50(3)
Client Responses to Counselor Disclosure and Overinvolvement
53(1)
Conclusion
54(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
55(1)
Person-of-the-Counselor
56(21)
Counselor-Client Parallel Growth Process
57(1)
Counselor Values, Assumptions, and Life Experiences
58(2)
Person/Practice Model
60(1)
Conversations with Self
61(1)
A Family-of-Origin Focus
62(1)
Transparency and Competency
62(2)
Models for Self-Exploration
64(10)
Ethical Considerations
74(1)
Conclusion
75(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
76(1)
Reflectivity: The Essence of Self-Supervision
77(32)
The Evolution of Reflectivity
77(2)
Counselor Self-Awareness and Understanding
79(5)
Counselor Motivation Versus Counselor Coercion
84(1)
Reflecting for Personal Growth
85(4)
Necessary Attitudes for Reflective Thinking
89(1)
Removing Roadblocks to Reflectivity
89(4)
Practical Strategies for Reflective Practice
93(3)
Reflectivity: A Developmental Framework
96(3)
Coloring Outside the Lines
99(5)
Teasing Out Personal Assumptions
104(1)
The Mentoring Process
105(2)
Conclusion
107(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
108(1)
Self-Supervision in Action
109(20)
Information Gathering and Integration
110(1)
The Timing of Self-Supervision
110(1)
Participation in the Self-Supervisory Process
111(1)
Development of Counselor Self-Reliance
112(1)
Perceptual, Conceptual, and Executive Skills
112(1)
Pragmatics of Self-Supervision
113(3)
Self-Supervision: Preliminary Guidelines
116(11)
Conclusion
127(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
128(1)
Self-Supervision and Counselor Self-Care
129(19)
Forbidden Land
130(1)
Counselor Well-Being and Service Delivery
131(1)
The Professional and Personal Lives of Counselors
132(1)
Occupational Hazards of Counseling
133(2)
Existing Constructs
135(8)
Proactive Strategies for Counselors
143(4)
Conclusion
147(1)
Review/Discussion Questions
147(1)
Epilogue 148(1)
References 149(11)
Index 160


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