Clinical Supervision Activities for Increasing Competence and Self-Awareness

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  • Copyright: 2014-04-07
  • Publisher: Wiley

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The contributing authors are drawn from a variety of disciplines within mental health, including marriage and family therapy, counseling psychology, counselor education, social work, nursing, human development, education, etc. The activities will be organized into two sections--core clinical competence and awareness and Diversity Focused Competence and Awareness.  The chapters help mental health professionals develop integral skills that are difficult to observe such as overcoming personal biases, perspective taking, developing empathy, and cultivating intuition.

Table of Contents

Part 1: Core Clinical Competence and Self-Awareness

Chapter 1 Facilitating Clinician Development Using Themes of Personal Issues

Karni Kissil, Alba Niño, and Harry J. Aponte,

Chapter 2 Exploring the Person-of-the-Therapist for Better Joining, Assessment, and Intervention

Alba Niño, Karni Kissil, and Harry Aponte,

Chapter 3 The Empathy Game

Trent S. Parker and Kristyn M. Blackburn

Chapter 4 Seeing  Through the Eyes of the Other Using Process Recordings

Dana A. Schneider, Elizabeth Rodriguez-Keyes, and Elizabeth King Keenan

Chapter 5 Discovering Acceptance and Nonjudgment through Mindfulness

Jaclyn D. Cravens and Jason B. Whiting,

Chapter 6 Encouraging Self-Reflection in the Reflective Listening Process

Paul Burke and Melinda Hohman

Chapter 7 Enhancing Self-Awareness Using Feedback Reflection

Elisabeth Esmiol and Rebecca Partridge

Chapter 8 Exploring Personal  Roles and Themes in Clinical Training

Alyssa Banford, and Rachel Tambling

Chapter 9 Addressing Resistance to Behavior Change

Rebecca Mirick

Chapter 10 Teaching Self-Compassion to Decrease Performance Anxiety in Clinicians

Anna I. Bohlinger, Jeni L.Wahlig, and Stephanie Trudeau-Hern,

Chapter 11 Reconnecting with the Motivation to Become a Clinician

Bob Gillespie and Julia O’Reilly

Chapter 12 Giving a Voice to the Clinician-in-Training about Their Concerns

Yudum Akyil, Binh Pham, and Norja Cunningham

Chapter 13 A New Experience with the Family of Origin

Sean D. Davis and Armando Gonzalez-Cort

Chapter 14 Exploring  Conflict and Its Importance to Clinician Development

Bridget Roberts-Pittman and Anna M. Viviani

Chapter 15 Examining the Source of Negative Self-Beliefs

Larry D. Williams and Andrae Banks

Chapter 16 Creating a Safe Learning Environment for Clinicians Through Group Discussion and Supervision

J. Christopher Hall

Chapter 17 Increasing Competence for Working with International and National Disasters

Noah Hass-Cohen, Thomas Veeman, Karina A. Chandler-Ziegler, and Andrew Brimhall

Chapter 18 Developing Supervision Skills for Resiliency and Decreased Vicarious Trauma

Noah Hass-Cohen andKarina A. Chandler-Ziegler, M.A.

Chapter 19 Dealing with Trauma Using Self-Awareness and Self-Care

Kami L. Schwerdtfeger

Chapter 20 Aligning Organizational and Individual Culture and Values

Sue Steiner and Kathy Cox

Chapter 21 Collaborative Reflective Training for Mental Health Clinicians in Medical Settings

Barbara Couden Hernandez and Lana Kim

Chapter 22 Using Medical Genograms in Clinical Supervision

Tai Justin Mendenhall and Stephanie Trudeau-Hern

Part 2: Diversity Focused Competence and Self-Awareness

Chapter 23 Increasing Awareness of Multicultural Issues in Therapy and Supervision

Karen L. Caldwell and Shari Galiardi

Chapter 24 Exploring Other Perspectives of Gender and Ethnicity

Roy A. Bean, Alexander L. Hsieh, and Adam M. Clark

Chapter 25 Understanding Power Imbalances in the Clinical Encounter

Kimberly A. E. Carter, Jayme R. Swanke, and Venessa A. Brown, Ph.D.

Chapter 26 Inviting a Better Understanding Privilege and Disadvantage

Peggy McIntosh

Chapter 27 Re-examining Social Class, Ethnicity, and Available Resources

Kerri E. Newman, Haley V. Pettigrew, Cecily R. Trujillo, and Sara A. Smock Jordan

Chapter 28 Experiencing Poverty Through a Large Group Role-Play

Andrae Banks and Larry D. Williams

Chapter 29 Fostering Awareness of Ability and Disability through Group Inclusion and Exclusion

Kathleen Nash

Chapter 30 Enhancing Self-Awareness for Working with Deaf Clients

Mary C. Hufnell

Chapter 31Preparing Clinicians to Work with Co-occuring Disabilities and Substance Abuse

Ally DeGraff, Phillip Sorenson, Alane Atchley, and Sara Smock Jordan

Chapter 32 Empowering Clinicians to Work with African Immigrants Through Game Playing

Tohoro Francis Akakpo

Chapter 33 Group Role Plays and the Immigrant Experience

Chandra Lasley

Chapter 34 Supervising Foreign-Born Clinicians in the United States

Senem Zeytinoglu, Yudum Akyil, and Karni Kissil

Chapter 35 Challenging Heterosexual and Cisgender  Privilege in Clinical Supervision

Monique D. Walker and Ana Hernandez

Chapter 36 Exploring Perceptions of LGBTQ Individuals and Couples

Bethany Luna, Cody Heath, Anna Andrews, Sara A. Smock Jordan, and Monica Higgins

Chapter 37 Discovering Compassion for Victims of Domestic Violence

Lisa Vallie Merchant and Jason B. Whiting

Chapter 38 Developing Empathy for Co-victims of Rape

Karen Rich

Chapter 39 Increasing Awareness  for Working with Overweight Clients

Keeley J. Pratt and Jaclyn D. Craven

Chapter 40 Dealing with Addiction and Recovery

Fred Piercy and Manjushree Palit

Chapter 41 Experiencing the Addiction Recovery Process

Angela B. Bradford, Scott A. Ketring, PhD, and Thomas A. Smith, PhD,

Chapter 42 Increasing Sensitivity to Ageism

Lori Cluff Schade

Chapter 43 Helping Clinicians Develop End-of-Life Awareness

Michael N. Humble, Melinda W. Pilkinton, Kilolo Brodie, and Jennifer L. Johnson

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