Course Detail: ARTH - Clinicians in Times of Uncertainty: Supervision Across Locations, Places and Spaces
This Art Therapy Conference is designed for art therapists, artists and cultural workers.
- Learn strategies to build the supervisory relationship, including difficult conversations regarding difference (i.e. religion, race, gender, and other salient identities) in virtual supervision.
- Understand how to foster disclosure in the on-line space when supervising art therapists (professionals and/or students) and the work they conduct with clients.
- Describe privacy concerns particular to virtual supervision of art therapists (professionals and/or students) and their clinical work.
Yasmine J. Awais, MAAT, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCAT, LPC, is a doctoral candidate in Social Welfare at the Graduate Center, City University of New York. Awais has published and presented nationally and internationally on supervision, cultural humility, and competency. Her research interests center diversity in the creative arts therapies and in higher education.
Daniel Blausey, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, LCAT, is a New York city-based art therapist, artist, and art therapy educator in private practice providing art therapy, psychotherapy, and supervision. He has presented nationally and internationally on supervision, adult survivors of sexual trauma, and sex-positive clinical practices.