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Psychodrama based supervision training

  • Anna Chesner

Abstract

Over the past ten years I have been involved in the development and delivery of a one year supervisors training course: Creative Approaches to Supervision. It has its roots in a collaboration between Dr Sue Jennings and myself through Rowan Studio and the Institute of Action Methods, it now runs under the umbrella of the London Centre for Psychodrama. The course is unusual in that it is firmly based in Creative Methods, whilst being a generic as opposed to specialist supervision training. In practice this means that we are training people to supervise across disciplines, whilst using the language of psychodrama and action methods as a core element in terms of theory, teaching style and supervision techniques.

Keywords

Teaching Style Supervisor Training Group Supervision Creative Approach Supervisory Relationship 
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  • Anna Chesner

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