The authors of this chapter identify ways to optimize supervision for play therapists working with clients facing substance abuse issues. Using case studies, two expressive arts activities used in play therapy supervision are showcased along with two well-known supervision models: Bernard's (1979) Discrimination Model and the Integrated Developmental Model (Stoltenberg & McNeill, 2010). The authors highlight practical applications, as well as potential challenges, when using expressive arts in play therapy supervision for substance abuse-related issues.
|Title of host publication||Techniques and Interventions for Play Therapy and Clinical Supervision|
|Number of pages||18|
|State||Published - 25 Sep 2020|