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Title: Using Conceptual Mapping in Counselor Research, Supervision, and Clinical Work


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Using Conceptual Mapping in Counselor Research,
Supervision, and Clinical Work
  • John A. King, Ph.D., LPC
  • Jonathan Impellizzeri, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
  • Linda Leitch-Alford, Ed.D., LPC
  • NARACES Conference, Providence, RI
  • September 27, 2014

2
Goals for this Seminar
  • Participants will identify a developed rationale
    for using conceptual mapping in research,
    supervision, and clinical work.
  • Participants will describe how conceptual mapping
    enhances professional counselor identity.
  • Participants will demonstrate how to use
    conceptual mapping as a qualitative research tool.

JK
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What is Conceptual Mapping?
  • The conceptual mapping task (CMT) is a
    projective, free-association interviewing
    technique that directs the participant to create
    a visual depiction of a phenomenon (Impellizzeri,
    2012).
  • Conceptual mapping is a wonderful tool for use in
    qualitative research, counselor supervision, and
    clinical work.

JK
4
Background and History of Conceptual Mapping
  • First moved into Counseling research by Martin et
    al.
  • Advantages of the structure they offered
  • Reference
  • Martin, J., Slemon, A. G., Hiebert, B., Hallberg,
    E. T., Cummings, A. L. (1989).
    Conceptualizations of novice and experienced
    counselors. Journal of Counseling Psychology,
    36(4), 395-400.

Jon
5
Using CMT in Clinical Work
  • As a tool for insight
  • As a tool for assessing the progress and
    needed work
  • In termination and/or transfer

Linda
6
Using CMT in Supervision
  • As a tool to help supervisees get unstuck in
    counseling
  • As a termination-phase tool in supervision
  • Invites a supervisee-driven story of the
    supervision relationship
  • Provides an overview consolidation of
    supervisee gains

Jon
7
Using CMT in Research
  • Qualitative research
  • Rich qualitative data

JK
8
Introduction to the CMT Structure
  • STEP 1 Telling the Story
  • STEP 2 Creating the Conceptual Map
  • STEP 3 Pulling it all together

JK
9
CMT Exercise
  • How can we help Winnie the pooh out of his slump?

Linda
10
Conceptual Mapping Tool
  • Tell your Story
  • Check Notes
  • Create Your Map
  • Note Placement
  • Figures around Clusters of Concepts
  • Label Clusters of Concepts
  • Lines, Arrows, Figures
  • Listen to Story
  • Write Post-it Notes
  • Give Guidance

Linda
11
Conceptual Mapping Tool
  • Listen to Story
  • Write Post-it
  • Tell your Story
  • Check Notes

Linda
12
Conceptual Mapping Tool
  • Create Your Map
  • Note Placement
  • Give Guidance
  • Sparingly

Linda
13
Conceptual Mapping Tool
  • Figures around Clusters of Concepts
  • Label Clusters of Concepts
  • Lines, Arrows, Figures
  • Give Guidance Sparingly

Linda
14
Conceptual Mapping Tool

Linda
15
Conceptual Mapping Tool

Linda
16
Conceptual Mapping Tool
Identity
Intimacy

Self-Esteem
Addiction
Triggers
Childhood Trauma
Linda
17
Conceptual Mapping Tool
Identity
Intimacy

Self-Esteem
Addiction
Triggers
Childhood Trauma
Linda
18
CMT Exercise
  • How can we help Winnie the pooh out of his slump?

JK
19
Conceptual Mapping Tool
  • Tell your Story
  • Check Notes
  • Create Your Map
  • Note Placement
  • Figures around Clusters of Concepts
  • Label Clusters of Concepts
  • Lines, Arrows, Figures
  • Reflection on Map
  • Listen to Story
  • Write Post-it Notes
  • Give Guidance

Jon
20
Processing Our Experience
  • As a supervisor/supervisee, what did you learn
    about the animals in the forest?
  • How did the experience work for you?

Jon
21
Examples of CMT in Research
JK
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Examples of CMT in Research
JK
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Examples of CMT in Research
JK
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Examples of CMT in Research
Jon
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Examples of CMT in Research
Jon
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Examples of CMT in Research
Jon
27
Research Examples
  • Leitch-Alford, L. (2006). I think I might be in
    over my head A study of counselor ethical
    decision-making patterns in boundaries of
    competence situations. Retrieved from ProQuest
    Dissertations and Theses. (3272158).
  • Impellizzeri, J. (2013). A phenomenological study
    of supervisee experiences of Christian
    integration in supervision (Doctoral
    dissertation). Available from ProQuest
    Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No.
    3536188).
  • King, J. A. (2013). The essence of becoming men
    Maturation of boys into adulthood (Doctoral
    dissertation). Available from ProQuest
    Dissertations and Theses database. (UMI No.
    3573588).
  • Savinsky, D. (2012). Treatment of Adolescent
    Substance Abuse and Family Cohesiveness Using
    Modified Dialectical Behavior Therapy. Available
    from ProQuest Dissertations and Theses database.
    (UMI No. ).
  • Martin, J., Slemon, A. G., Hiebert, B., Hallberg,
    E. T., Cummings, A. L. (1989).
    Conceptualizations of novice and experienced
    counselors. Journal of Counseling Psychology,
    36(4), 395-400.

JK
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Contact Us
  • Linda Leitch-Alford, Ed.D., LPC
  • Lakeside Center
  • Newport News, VA
  • lakesidecenter_at_gmail.com

John A. King, Ph.D., LPC Adjunct Professor of
Counseling Messiah College Mechanicsburg,
PA jking_at_messiah.edu Phone 717-991-8043
  • Jonathan Impellizzeri, Ph.D., LPC, NCC
  • Assistant Professor of Counseling
  • Geneva College
  • Beaver Falls, PA
  • jximpell_at_geneva.edu

JK
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