EPT5-Session5 – Supervision

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In EPT, supervision is viewed as a progressive process that builds new skills based on previous skill development.
As a supervisor, our ethical responsibility is:
Which is NOT a purpose of supervision in EPT?
An EPT trainee is struggling with allowing a child to metaphorically punish her for not cleaning her room. The best approach for the supervisor in EPT would be to:
Which of the following is NOT a view of the supervision process in EPT?
In EPT, supervision is a process of shaming the trainee into conforming to this model over other forms of play therapy.
In the DVD of Ethan, the need to be a super hero was expressive of the need:
According to EPT, play with the child is the therapeutic intervention that gives the child the capacity to shift meanings so that the child can change their perceptual experiences to have the identity in life to be a regulated and nurturing person.
The video of the boy indicated the following dynamics except:
According to EPT, one of the skills in supervision is the ability to develop an understanding of children’s metaphors so that personal messages of the child can be communicated and acknowledged.
The play therapist should always align with the client even over any ethical considerations.
A trainee should have exposure to different models of play therapy before immersing into one specific model.
A trainee in EPT should believe all but which proposed tenet about play therapy:
The trainee that can recognize theme development created by the child as it is initiated during the play therapy process is basically at what phase of skill development in EPT:
The supervisor has the ultimate responsibility for the client and the supervisee.
Ethan in the DVD told the therapist about his hurts and pain because:
In the DVD, the telephone represented the need to have his parents hear his desperation to be emotionally nurtured and validated in his daily life.
The research validates that there is a clear correlation between abuse in early childhood and the onset of illnesses later in life
In EPT, play is the intervention process that conveys dynamics to the child through toys, roles, environments, and animals that becomes part of the child’s play.
The three general components for success in EPT are expressive play by the child, accurate ways of responding to the child during play, and parents that are psychologically minded and follow the recommendations of the EPT therapist.