Psychodramatic Supervision

Psychodramatic Supervision

The purpose of psychodramatic supervision is to help seasoned
psychotherapists overcome therapeutic impasses with difficult
clients and situations by putting issues into action. The work
focuses on the therapist's relationship with the client(s).  I use
techniques that incorporate intelligence from the unconscious
and the body that are usually untapped, including sculpting, role
play, doubling, and concretizing metaphors to help therapists
realize new approaches to their work.   

Therapists will also gain a better understanding of their strengths
and handicaps working with clients. Issues around counter-
transference, proximity, anxiety, tolerance for conflict, and others
will be explored.

Please
contact me to schedule a session and for more
information.

Chrysalis Clinical Supervision &Training
"ProfessionalTransformation and Growth"     
Copyright 2011
"ProfessionalTransformation and Growth"     
Copyright 2011

Chrysalis Clinical Supervision &Training
"ProfessionalTransformation and Growth"     
Copyright 2011