亞洲輔導學報



Clinical Supervision for Family Therapy: The Ackerman Approach

2004.第11卷第1及2期(Vol. 11 Nos. 1 & 2).pp. 79–99
 

Clinical Supervision for Family Therapy: The Ackerman Approach

艾克文家庭治療臨床督導模式

Susan SO, Sania YAU, & Eva LEUNG(蘇淑賢、游秀慧、梁綺華)

Abstract

As Hong Kong teaching faculties of the Ackerman Institute for the Family, the authors share their experience and reflection on the Ackerman Approach of clinical supervision. The aims of this article are to inform those who are interested in systematic and intensive family therapy training an approach that is available in Hong Kong, and to invite exchange among different family therapy approaches on their training models.

The Ackerman Approach developed four guiding principles of practice: both-and, relational, transparency, and collaboration. Under these principles, a unique model of clinical supervision — transparent, collaborative, gender, power, and culture-sensitive — was developed. The model actively develops a trainee’s ability to understand and intervene at multiple levels of the family’s experience and the personhood of the therapist.

摘要

過去七年,楊震-艾克文進深家庭治療課程訓練了一批本地家庭治療師及家庭治療本地導師。數位本地導師透過本文章,分享她們在艾克文臨床督導模式中的經驗及反思。

艾克文家庭治療有四項介入原則:「容納矛盾」、「重視關係互動」、「治療過程具透明度」及「與家庭並肩」。根據這四項原則,發展出一套獨特的臨床督導方法,特點包括:「高透明度」、「容納學生個人特性」及「醒覺多元文化、性別角色及社會權力不均對家庭產生的影響」。訓練的目的一方面是發展學生了解及以多角度介入家庭經驗的能力,另一方面是增加學生在輔導過程的洞察力,從而加強家庭治療的效能。