Supervision of Expressive Therapies
- Sunday, December 15, 2019
- 09:00 AM - 01:00 PM
- MaMHCA Conference Space & Offices
17 Cocasset Street
Foxboro, MA , 02035
When talk therapy isn’t enough, or becomes “event reporting” rather than therapy, it’s time to think at the edges of the box. This is where expressive therapies and action methods are helpful. As a Supervisor, it is useful to know not only when to employ such methods for maximum effect, but how to guide your supervisees in doing so.
This training will focus on several Expressive Therapy modalities, including Art, Movement, Narrative, Poetry, Sound/Music, Sandtray and Theater/Drama. Through case studies and experiential exercises, you will learn how to use these modalities in supervision, as well as how to guide your supervisees in their use during sessions. Dress comfortably, as you may find yourself wanting to move!
with Jami Osborne, LMHC, MaCCS, DCMHS, RDT/BCT, RfG!-CT
Jami Osborne, LMHC, MaCCS, DCMHS, RDT-BCT, has over 20 years working as an expressive and drama therapist. Serving such diverse populations as inner city girls aged 6 -12, pre-school children, and geriatric individuals, Jami has developed her own integrative style of using Expressive Therapy modalities in conjunction with traditional “talk therapy” and EMDR. Jami facilitated a monthly Expressive Therapy Case Conference [supervision of clinicians] for a large community mental health agency for over 8 years. As a Registered Drama Therapist/Board Certified Trainer, faculty of the Omega Transpersonal Drama Therapy Alternate Route Training Program in Boston, and Rehearsals for Growth! Trainer, Jami brings years of teaching, and supervising clinicians in the treatment methods that live at the edge of the box.
4 MMCEP Approved Category 1 CEs
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