Issues in Supervision (LIVE FLORIDA CLASS)
The 12 CE (two days) course (NEW - Effective 7/1/2016 Florida has reduced the CE required for this course to 12 hours) will familiarize participants with current models of supervision. A thorough discussion of five dynamics of supervision is presented. Special issues including context, culture, gender, race, and class, financial, legal and ethical considerations will be discussed including literature reviews and study findings.
Note: This course is approved for supervisor qualification in the state of Florida. This is a two-day workshop that complies with Florida regulatory requirements (F.A.C. 64B4-6.0025). Applicable to licensed mental health professionals and psychologists who wish to qualify to provide supervision to candidates for licensure (LMFT, LCSW, LMHC) and for any others who wish to enhance supervision skills in professional practice.
Scheduling details: Scheduled live in Florida. Check our live course page for dates. This excellent course is also appropriate for all other states. Call us and we will bring the course to you. A minimum of five registrants is required to hold the course. Registrants for classes that do not meet the minimum will be transferred to the next live class of their choice or offered a refund. The class roster is monitored 30 days prior to the class date. If there are not 5 registrants at that point the class is canceled and transfer emails are sent. Participants will be notified by email in the event of a cancellation. Please make sure that email from @programservices.org is not on your spam/blocked listings. A transfer is officially a new registration and is subject to the fee and refund policies.
Available in your area as a live class; contact us for details.
Developed by: Karen Albig Smith, LMFT, LCAS, MAC, CAP, SAP, SAE
Description: The course will familiarize participants with current models of supervision. A thorough discussion of five dynamics of supervision is presented. Special issues including context, culture, gender, race, and class, financial, legal and ethical considerations will be discussed including literature reviews and study findings. This program is additionally useful for any counseling professional who supervises staff that provides counseling in mental health, substance abuse, criminal justice, and domestic violence settings.
Participants will be able to identify a compatible supervision model within therapy approaches practiced.
Participants will articulate their supervisory model.
Participants will be able to discuss various dynamics of supervision and therapy consistent with this model.
Participants will be able to discuss special issues including context, culture, ethnicity, class and gender considerations of supervision.
Participants will be able to discuss evaluation, legal, regulatory and ethical aspects of supervision.
CE Credits: 12
Hour Two: Supervision definitions, Isomorphic process, discussion, and exercise. Models of supervision. Theoretical orientation: the distinction between therapy and supervision
Hour Three: How to translate one's therapy style into supervision style, Essentials of articulating one's supervision philosophy, Standard of care in supervision
Hour Four: Discussion of supervision dynamics: Power
Hour Five: Discussion of supervision dynamics: Shared meaning
Hour Six: Discussion of supervision dynamics: Dual roles, and Trust
Hour Seven: Discussion of supervision issues and study findings re Context, Culture
Hour Eight: Discussion of supervision issues and study findings re Class, Race
Hour Nine: Discussion of supervision issues and study findings re Impact of gender, Sexual orientation
Hour Ten: Discussion of issues and study findings re Ethics, Legal and regulatory, Financial, Risk management.
Hour Eleven: Participants share model outline and get feedback
Hour Twelve: Participants share model outline and get feedback. Q & A, Course evaluation
CE Broker#: 20-566662
Methods: Live Seminar
Purpose: To prepare mental health practitioners to provide quality supervision to less experienced professionals by articulating a model of supervision, and being aware of supervision dynamics and contextual issues which are a support to safe and effective counseling services.
Content Area: Supervision, Risk management, Professional orientation/readiness, Legal and regulatory, Ethics.
Target Audience: Psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, mental health counselors.