Storytelling in Supervision

Storytelling in Supervision

The intention of stories is most commonly to entertain or educate, but they are also a most typical part of our lives. We constantly retell our daily happenings, experiences of art, and ideas of the world. Some more skilful jugglers of words make the stories look like performances, which is a quick bridge to create connections, meet friends, clarify understandings, and gain power and respect. Other stories are so ordinary that we don’t register them as stories.

This article is about storytelling as a practical tool. I shall give a short glimpse of the theoretical underpinning, and a practical example from my personal practice to illustrate the usage of this method.

Read the full article from the link below.

AJ 6-1 Ehrenbusch

ANSE Journal Vol.6-1, 2022
Find the full copy of the issue and download from HERE

Lisa kommentaar