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Family therapy supervision in extraordinary settings : illustrations of systemic approaches in everyday clinical work

Author: Laurie L Charlés; Thorana Strever Nelson
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2019.
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Family Therapy Supervision in Extraordinary Settings showcases the dynamism of systemic family therapy supervision/consultation as it expands beyond typical and historical traditions. In this unique collection, contributors write about their innovations, unexpected learnings, and "perfect accidents" in the context of systemic therapy. These essays highlight creative approaches to supervision, present a wide variety  Read more...
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Family therapy supervision in extraordinary settings.
New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(OCoLC)1012342751
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Laurie L Charlés; Thorana Strever Nelson
ISBN: 9781351063029 1351063022 9781351063012 1351063014 9781351062992 1351062999 9781351063005 1351063006
OCLC Number: 1099466138
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 176 pages)
Contents: Preface 1. En Defensa de Spanglish Family Therapy Supervision in the Era of English marcela polanco 2. From Crime and Punishment to Empathy and Acceptance: Family Therapy Training and Supervision with Turkish Juvenile Probation Officers Gizem Erdem 3. A Strengths-Based Team Approach to Holistic Wellness: Using Live Supervision to Expand the Boundaries of Traditional Mental Health Chrystal Fullenand Brittany Houston 4. Immediate, Intense Changes: Setting Up and Conducting Supervision Across Conflict-Affected Regions of Sri Lanka Amalka Edirisingheand Anagi Gunasekara 5. Seven Chairs Under a Mango Tree: Stories of Peer Supportand Supervision from Sri Lanka Roshan Dhammapalaand Mihiri Ferdinando 6. Responsive Supervision: Playing with Risk-Taking and Hyperlinked Identities Saliha Bava 7. Where is my Supervisee? A Supervisor's Dilemma Cindy Silitsky 8. Tender is the Heart: Supervising High Impact Emotions During Sex Therapy Paula Leech 9. Supervision in Schools: Learning to Hear Many Voices Anne Rambo, Brittany Henry, Alexandra E. Alfaro, andElizabeth M. Jarquin 10. Evaluating Single-Session/Walk-in Training with the Leeds Alliance in Supervision Scale April Trejoand Monte Bobele 11. Where Do I Even Begin? Muriel Singer 12. Listening to Wounded Souls and Silent Voices: Self-Supervision in My Work with Family Members of Missing Persons in Kosovo Fatmire Shala-Kastrati 13. Challenges in Supervision in Family-Oriented Approaches in Prishtina, Kosova: Meta-Talk, Peer Support, and Co-Supervision as Partial Solutions Adelina Ahmeti Pronaj and Vjollca BerishaAvdiu 14. My Global Team of Family Therapy Consultants: Seven Commandments of My Method Laurie L Charlés 15. A Forward-Looking Approach to Supervision of Family Therapy and Psychosocial Support in Public Mental Health in Lebanon Lina Hussein Sadek 16. Embodied Conversations: Partnering with Horses in Clinical Supervision Shelley Green 17. Supervision Reflections from a Non-Western Family Therapist in an Integrated Primary Healthcare Setting Saeid Kianpour
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Family Therapy Supervision in Extraordinary Settings showcases the dynamism of systemic family therapy supervision/consultation as it expands beyond typical and historical traditions. In this unique collection, contributors write about their innovations, unexpected learnings, and "perfect accidents" in the context of systemic therapy. These essays highlight creative approaches to supervision, present a wide variety of clinical cases and therapy settings, and demonstrate how training takes place in real time. Each chapter illustrates increasingly diverse settings in which systemic family therapy services are delivered, whether in public mental health care for families across high-, low-, and middle-income countries, in areas of armed conflict or instability due to political violence or war, or stable, liberal democracies with robust public mental health systems. Each setting of supervision is extraordinary in the way it supports family therapy service delivery. Given the wide variation in access to systemic family therapy services, and the diverse settings in which systemic family therapy services are delivered, a set of brief, specific, and lively cases is called for that focus on the dynamic nature of a family therapy supervision and consultation interaction and its influence on clients, trainees, and supervisors. Working as a family therapist in the world today, an era of global mental health, is as full of wonder and challenge as it was in the time family therapy originated as a profession. It is thus no accident that supervision and consultation work is just as extraordinary. This book will be essential reading for family therapy and counseling supervisors, as well as a helpful reference for supervisees.

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