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Supervising the supervisor: The use of live music and identification of parallel processes

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Supervising the supervisor: The use of live music and identification of parallel processes

Young, Laurel and Aigen, Kenneth (2010) Supervising the supervisor: The use of live music and identification of parallel processes. Arts in Psychotherapy, 37 (2). pp. 125-134.

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Abstract

This article describes a music therapy professor’s and PhD student’s experiences as “supervisor– supervisee” within the context of the teaching apprenticeship training program at Temple University. A brief overview on the use of live music-making in supervision is offered along with relevant autobio- graphical information and examples of how live music-making was used to address supervisory issues. The authors identify parallel processes that emerged between the supervisee and her students, and the supervisee and her supervisor. The authors conclude that the practice of live music-making in supervisory contexts is beneficial on many levels. They hope that this publication will expand the ways in which practitioners and supervisors think about the roles of live music and parallel processes within supervisory contexts and that this will translate into supervisory practices.

Divisions:Concordia University > Faculty of Fine Arts > Creative Arts Therapies
Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Authors:Young, Laurel and Aigen, Kenneth
Journal or Publication:Arts in Psychotherapy
Date:2010
Keywords:Supervision; Supervisor; Supervisee; Music; Music therapy Parallel process; Teaching apprenticeship
ID Code:981362
Deposited By: LAUREL YOUNG
Deposited On:04 Jul 2016 18:47
Last Modified:18 Jan 2018 17:52
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