Family Metaphors, Isomorphism, Parallel Process in Supervision

Webinar

1 CE Hour

“Family Metaphors, Isomorphism, Parallel Process in Supervision”

Susan Lahey, PdD, LMFT

Location

Online

Presentation Date/Time

Ongoing

Many models and methods of supervision practice exist for the primary purpose of enhancing professional counselor identity. Using systemic thought can assist the supervisor and supervisee in developing alternative perspectives of professional growth. This session will focus upon the use of family metaphors, isomorphism, and parallel process in interventions strategies in supervision. Systemic supervision interventions lend themselves to a holistic perspective of counselor growth, supervision relationships, and connection to the broader context.

Objectives:

  • Following this presentation, participants will be able to understand three systemic supervision modalities including knowledge and application of content in multiple settings (supervision, work environment, etc.)
  • Following this presentations, participants will be able to utilize systemic supervision modalities focusing on POTT dynamics to process through case situations
  • Following this presentation, participants will be able to evaluate their own supervision experiences (including transference and countertransference) through an examination of systemic modalities

About the Speaker

Susan Lahey, PdD, LMFT

Speaker Bio

The primary presenter has been an AAMFT approved supervisor for 15 years. She has also provided 30 and 12 hour supervision training sessions. Her supervision experiences expand from student to post masters almost licensed. The doctoral student presenters are all part of a supervision models course. ACA and ACES

Presenter Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.

TLPCA Contact

If you any questions, please contact Robin Lee.