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The 5th Annual Expressive Therapies Summit

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Friday, November 7 • 10:00am - 5:15pm
Expressive Arts Therapists as Supervisors: Differentiating Roles

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ROOM 712

The duties of an expressive arts therapist and that of an arts therapies supervisor can be difficult to differentiate at times. This experiential Master Class will use artmaking to explore the differences between these two roles, focusing on themes including: psychotherapeutic intersubjectivity, self-disclosure issues, professional hierarchies, parallel treatment experiences, and more. By contrasting the procedures and goals of therapists and supervisors, participants will learn to enhance their professional experience as supervisors and strengthen their problem-solving skills in a variety of scenarios, resulting in enhanced efficacy in clinical practice, as supervisors, and as supervisees. We'll also spend time making art and exploring its use in working through complicated professional issues, so that participants will be able to incorporate creative expression upon their return to clinical and training situations.

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avatar for Daphna Markman Zinemanas, PhD, ATR

Daphna Markman Zinemanas, PhD, ATR

Lecturer, Haifa University, Kibuzim College
Daphna Markman-Zinemanas, ATR, PhD, has been an art therapist since 1986 and an artist. She is a lecturer in the school of art therapy at Haifa University and the Kibbutzim College. Daphna also has a private art psychotherapy practice. Her most recent publications include the chapter, Parent-child (dyadic) Art Psychotherapy and Trauma - When the implicit becomes explicit, in Kerr, C. (Ed), Multicultural Family Art Therapy (Routledge... Read More →


Friday November 7, 2014 10:00am - 5:15pm
Executive Conference Center 1601 Broadway, New York, NY