초심놀이치료자 셀프 수퍼비전 모형 개발을 위한 기초연구: 포커스 그룹 인터뷰를 활용한 셀프 수퍼비전 경험 및 요구분석
A Preliminary Study on Developing Self-supervision Model for Novice Play Therapists: Utilizing Focus Group Interview to Analyze Self-supervision Experiences and Needs
This study is a preliminary study for the development of a self-supervision model for novice play therapists. A focus group interview (FGI) was conducted to identify experiences and needs of novice play therapists regarding supervision. Six novice play therapists with less than five years of experience in play therapy and eight experienced play therapists with more than five years of experience participated in FGIs, and interview data were analyzed through the constant comparison method. The study resulted in 10 categories and 31 themes. The difficulties faced by novice play therapists in the play therapy process were categorized depending on three phases of therapy: Initial, Mid-term, and Mid through Ending-term. Strategies that novice play therapists tried to overcome their therapy difficulties were Asking Professional Help, Seeking Help Around Them, Literature Review, and Self-Management. In addition, the study participants reported that several supervisor factors, supervisee factors, and supervision time factors limit their past supervision processes and that past self-supervision would be used for Case Checking and Self-Reflection purposes. The participants also expressed that self-supervision needs to be developed for the growth and development of therapists and needs to function as a complement to their traditional supervision. Proposal of a self-supervision model for novice play therapists was discussed.
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