Online Masterclass with Hanoch Yerushalmi: ‘Reshaping the self-as-therapist in supervision’
17th April 2o21
1.00 to 3.30pm
Scholars believe that accumulating experiences of self-alienation and falsehood urge us to reshape ourselves, sometimes through experimenting with different ways of being and acting. In this presentation, Hanoch will speak about therapists’ struggles to reshape their professional selves and suggest three ways in which supervision can facilitate this process: a. Fostering the supervisees’ internal dialogue between different therapeutic voices including those of their supervisors. b. Constructing and consolidating the supervisees’ “future selves;” how they envision themselves as therapists in the future. c. Constructing and facilitating supervisees’ experimentation with different versions of the self on the prelinguistic and linguistic levels.
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