Use of Role Play to Enhance Supervision:
Building Comfort and Increasing Skills
6 Core/Supervision Hours Approval # 8005-18M by GA LPCA
Description of Workshop:
Role playing is a powerful tool in therapy used by practitioners of various orientations. It is also a useful tool in supervision not only to help the supervisee work on a problem, but to model the technique. Yet, as therapists, we often shy away from using this tool in supervision. If you are one of the reluctant, then this workshop is designed to make you comfortable with using role-play during supervision. If you are confident user of role-play in supervision, then the workshop will help you improve your skills.
The workshop will use some training on information at the beginning. We will review use of role play in individual and group settings and how to help the supervisee practice role play. Then we will practice using Role Play scenarios ourselves. We will give everyone a chance to practice their skills and play the part of a supervisee and supervisor. It will be a fun time where we learn from each other, which is the core spirit of supervision.
- Improve understanding or Role Play and its use in Therapy and Supervision
- Advance understanding of training needs of supervisee and how Role Play can address these needs
- Improve Skills at Role Play through Practice
Come join us in a fun day of learning together!
Please note there is a $25 Charge for replacement certificates.