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Tue, Mar 30

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Presented by Frank Delano, LMSW.

Games People Play in Supervision

Games People Play in Supervision. Presenter Frank Delano, LMSW.

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Games People Play in Supervision
Games People Play in Supervision

Time & Location

Mar 30, 2021, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT

Presented by Frank Delano, LMSW.

About the event

The supervisory relationship is a very crucial and power-laden one and if not careful a number of unhealthy “Games” may develop from either supervisees or supervisors. Using the classic articles from Kadushin and Hawthorn from many years ago as a backdrop, this workshop uses the presenters’ more recently published article of this title to examine some of the more modern games that may develop. These games might include “the easy button game”, “shopping for answers”, “I already told you my weakness….”, “the crying game”, “carpet-bombing game”, and “as the world turns…around me” among others. All “games” have a healthy core until they reach the point of becoming a manipulative game…the workshop will suggest strategies to approach the games in a way that will rekindle some of the healthy core involved. Participants are encouraged to identify and discuss “games” they have seen develop in their practice.

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  • TUESDAY MARCH 30 TRAINING

    $80.00
    +$2.00 service fee
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