Utilizing Sandtray Within The Discrimination Model Of Counselor Supervision
creativity in counseling, discrimination model, expressive arts, sandtray, supervision
Journal of Creativity in Mental Health
The discrimination model of supervision is 1 of the most widely used counseling supervision models (Bernard, 1997; Luke & Bernard, 2006). The use of expressive arts modalities can facilitate increased self-awareness and promote holistic counselor development (Bratton, Ceballos, & Sheely, 2008; Malchiodi, 2005). The authors provide a rationale for the use of expressive arts within the discrimination model of supervision to address the 3 defined supervision roles: teacher, counselor, and consultant (Bernard, 1997; Luke & Bernard, 2006). A case example utilizing sandtray within the discrimination model is included with practical suggestions for supervisors regarding process statements and questions when incorporating expressive arts as a supervision component.
School of Applied Human Sciences
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Carnes-Holt, Kara; Meany-Walen, Kristin; and Felton, Andrew, "Utilizing Sandtray Within The Discrimination Model Of Counselor Supervision" (2014). Faculty Publications. 1441.