Online Individual and Group Supervision | Expressive Arts Therapy
Supervision is open to a variety of students and professionals, including those who are working on the Expressive Arts Therapist-Trauma-Informed [EXAT] and Expressive Arts Coach/Educator [EXA-CE]; Registration as an Expressive Arts Therapist [REAT]; Art Therapists who can use additional hours of supervision; Play Therapists who would like supervision in Expressive Arts Therapy; and related practitioners in mental health and healthcare who are licensed or certified by a professional board and who would like to participate for continuing education or professional development goals to learn more about expressive arts in clinical practice. All participants must show proof of malpractice insurance before the first session of online supervision. Participants should have relevant case material to bring to supervision for discussion and follow ethical principles for confidentiality, informed consent and permission in presentation and discussion of any client information.
If you are interested in supervision, please go to this link to complete a brief questionnaire on your background and interests. If you are interested in starting to accumulate supervised hours toward the EXAT or EXA-CE designations, please go to the EXAT and EXA-CE pages on this menu to verify your credentials and pay the initial application fee.
Do supervision hours count for continuing education with NBCC?
No, supervision hours are separate from continuing education and professional development hours.
Is there a standard fee for supervision?
Please contact any one of the supervisors on this page to arrange supervision hours. Each supervisor sets fees for individual and group supervision.
What types of supervision are offered?
Supervisors provide supervision for our EXAT and EXA-CE programs, REAT credential, ATR or LPAT credentials, and other specialized areas including Equine-Assisted Expressive Arts Therapy and other approaches to psychotherapy and counseling.