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Title: 融入基督宗教靈性的諮商督導團體成果研究
Other Titles: Supervisees' Perceptions of the Effectiveness of a Christian-based Spiritually Integrated Counseling Supervision Group
Authors: 陳秉華
Ping-Hwa Chen
Lan-Hsin Fan
Lin-Lin Cheng
Issue Date: Sep-2014
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學教育心理學系
Department of Educational Psychology, NTNU
Abstract: 督導是諮商員養成教育的重要一環,在宗教與靈性這個範疇,諮商界對於將靈性融入於諮商原教育課程已經開始重視,以培養諮商員有能力回應帶著靈性議題來接受諮商的案主,但是宗教與靈性在督導中的研究仍極少被探究,台灣諮商界對此主題的探究更是缺乏。本研究之目的即為探討受督者參加融入基督教靈性的督導團體之經驗與收穫,一名資深基督徒諮商督導者為督導團體的帶領者,15名基督徒諮商心理或教牧/牧靈諮商工作者為參加此督導團體的受督者。督導團體共10次,每次3小時,共計30小時。研究者在受督者接受完團體督導後隨即進行個別訪談;亦於督導團體進行的中、末期對全體受督者進行焦點團體訪談,研究資料的分析採主題分析。研究結果發現受督者透過督導團體增加靈性觀點與靈性處過能力、增加諮商觀點與諮商處遇能力、發展出個人靈性與諮商整合觀點與處遇方法、增加靈性敏感或特定議題處理的知能、敏覺個人靈性對於從事融入靈性的諮商工作之重要性、提升融入靈性的諮商之勝任感與效能感、反思基督徒諮商員的角色定位、釐清使用融入靈性的諮商之時機與情境、肯定融入靈性的諮商效能、肯定督導團體的正向特性與功能;除此之外,受督者也提出對融入基督教靈性的諮商之困惑與面臨的挑戰。研究者根據研究結果進行討論,並於文末提出研究限制與對未來研究及督導實務的建議。
Spirituality has been increasing recognized as an important aspect of client diversity in counseling and psychotherapy. However, little attention has been given to spirituality in counseling supervision in the literature. The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceived effectiveness of a Christian-based spiritually integrated counseling supervision group. An experienced Christian counseling psychologist served as the supervisor and fifteen Christian counselors participated as supervisees. Three-hour group supervision sessions were held one or two times per month for six months. During each group session, one or two supervisees presented their cases, followed by group discussions. Individual semi-structured interviews and focus groups were conducted after the group supervision sessions to investigate supervisees' perceptions of the effectiveness of the group supervision. Individual interviews and focus groups were recorded, transcribed verbatim, and analyzed using thematic analysis. Eleven themes emerged from the data. Supervisees reported (I) enhanced spiritual perspectives and spiritual intervention competence, (2) enhanced counseling perspectives and counseling intervention competence, (3) clearer viewpoints for integrating spirituality into counseling, (4) enhanced sensitivities to clients' specific spiritual issues, (5) stronger awareness of the relationship between their own spirituality and counseling work, (6) feelings of competence and effectiveness as spiritually integrated counselors, (7) concerns about the role of spiritually integrated counselors, (8) using spiritually integrated counseling in certain situations and contexts, (9) affirmation of the effectiveness of spiritual interventions, (10) experiencing challenges and confusion as a spiritually integrated counselor, and (II) perceptions of the charactevist: cs of the supervision group. The authors discuss the findings of this study, and offer suggestions for research and practice.
Other Identifiers: A96EF4F2-61DF-D6ED-7031-75E3AD258E94
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