A heuristic model of supervision using small objects to develop the senses
AffiliationUniversity of Derby
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AbstractThe research explores how the conceptual frame of Heuristic inquiry can inform non-verbal exploration in psychotherapy supervision practices. The author explores their practice as a dramatherapist and how small objects can broaden the awareness of the supervisees own relationship patterns. Small objects helped to re-conceptualise the therapeutic dynamic using metaphor and make conscious parts of the supervisee experience they had been unaware.
CitationBird, D. (2019) 'A heuristic model of supervision using small objects to develop the senses'. Online Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 1(5), pp. 1-8. DOI: 10.33552/OJCAM.2019.01.000525.
JournalOnline Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine
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