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This is an archived course that is not offered at this time. The description will be updated if presented in the future.
This, our second course on supervision, explores psychodynamic currents in the adult stages of development. Acknowledged or not, ancient initiatory roles get constellated in training and administrative situations. Presentations show how working relationships are enhanced if unconscious dimensions are recognized.
Storytelling will focus on Charlotte’s Web to illustrate skillful mentoring. The classic tale demonstrates the task of identifying the unique qualities of a protégé. Course emphasis is on health professions, but the material can be also applied to other mentoring situations. The day is also useful for those who manage supervisors, those receiving training, and those generally interested in how insights can be drawn from archetypal stories.
Identify key issues in supervision and guidance.
Recognize the ways expectations and transference influence the work.
Understand how having a role model helps the protégé develop skills.
This seminar is designed to advance the skills of practicing doctoral-level psychologists. Presentations cover updates on clinical expertise. The day is also useful to other mental health practitioners and to certain helping professions, such as physicians, clergy, and educators with mental health counseling responsibilities.
The material is presented at an introductory level for psychologists, requiring no background in mythic studies, narrative theory, or Jungian psychology. No advance preparation is necessary. However, participants are provided with a recommended reading list as part of their class materials.
The following CE credits are available:
Psychology, MFT, LCSW, NBCC : 6 CE hours
Nursing : 7 hours
Most teachers must get credits approved by their school administration. Center courses meet the requirements in most states. Contact us if you need more information about receiving credit in your state.
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Jonathan Young, PhD is a psychologist (PSY10231) who consults with organizational leaders and creative artists, especially filmmakers. As a professor, he created and chaired the doctoral level department of mythological studies at the Pacifica Graduate Institute in Santa Barbara. His books and articles focus on personal mythology. His background includes assisting mythologist Joseph Campbell at seminars and serving as founding curator of the Joseph Campbell Archives and Library.
Anne Bach, M.S., MFT 38891 is a specialist in uses of writing in psychotherapy. She gives presentations on creativity as inner work at major conferences, and lectures widely on psychological dimensions of expressive writing. Her clinical background includes poetry therapy with seriously mentally ill patients.
Dr. Young also gives frequent media interviews, public talks, workshops, and in-service trainings throughout the U.S. and internationally.
Checking-in begins at 9:30 a.m. - Seminar 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
- On your own, please return on time
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Huang, Chungliang Al and Jerry Lynch.(1999) Tao Mentoring: Cultivate Collaborative Relationships in All Areas of Your Life. New York: Avalon/Perseus
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Wiener, Jan, Richard Mizen, Jenny Duckham (Eds.) (2003) Supervising and Being Supervised: A Practice in Search of a Theory. New York: Palgrave Macmillan
Zachary, Lois J. (2000) The Mentor's Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass