Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Counseling & Human Services
Counselor Education and Supervision
Theodore P. Remley, Jr.
Sarah P. Deaver
While the counseling community embraces the use of creative approaches in counseling and supervision, few researchers have attempted to empirically describe the process of including an art-based technique into counselor group supervision. A grounded theory design guided the exploration of the factors and processes of including one art-based technique into six counselor supervision groups. Six doctoral-level supervisors who were trained in an art-based technique known as the visual case processing method introduced the method to their group supervisees who were completing a semester-long practicum or internship. Data collection methods included individual and focus group interviews, observations of visual case presentations, document reviews of visual case drawings, and journal prompted inquiries. Results indicated that supervisor training in an art-based technique prior to implementing the technique into group supervision practice is a condition for yielding positive outcomes for counselor trainee development, client treatment, and the supervision group process.
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"A Qualitative Investigation of the Use of an Art-Based Technique in Counselor Group Supervision"
(2011). Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Dissertation, Counseling & Human Services, Old Dominion University, DOI: 10.25777/fgnk-vj63