ICP Supervisor Talk "Kaleidoscopic Supervision" with Anthony Guarnieri, PhD





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Published on Oct 16, 2012

In this seminar I propose a new practice of psychotherapy that transforms the role and assumptions of traditional psychotherapy. I call for a new engagement with healing that is non-formulaic, based on no individual school of thought or predominant culture: an approach that is non-reductionistic; non-pathologizing; non-pharmacological; non-deterministic; and in many ways, non-Western. This new approach re-claims and honors people who have been marginalized and subjugated by the tyranny of narrow perceptions of the cultural elite. My goal is a highly inclusive approach creating a trajectory away from the prevailing wisdom, yet including what still makes sense. This new practice includes factors, forces, and dimensions that have been eliminated from the scope of practice as it now stands, both knowingly and unknowingly.

About the Presenter
Anthony Guarnieri, PhD, has taught at CIIS since 1990. He is on the supervisory staff, consulting with students on an individual and group basis. He has taught in every psychology program at CIIS. He teaches Sandplay, Child Psychotherapy, Adolescent Psychotherapy, and Human Development and the Family. Most known for his work with children, adolescents, and families, he also works with adults and couples. He specializes in extremely complicated children and adolescents, and addictions. He has practiced in Berkeley for thirty-five years and is the director of clinical studies with the Program for Counseling in Schools.

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