Issues in Supervision Intensive One
This excellent 16 CE intensive course on supervision familiarizes participants with a wide range of issues pertinent to the provision of supervision to individuals in the counseling professions. The course covers supervision models, dynamics, contextual issues, and administrative responsibilities.
Florida Users please note: This course does not meet Florida’s qualified supervisor training requirements. The Florida supervision training requires a live face-to-face course. Please visit the Live Seminars link on the website (www.programservices.org) for the supervision course that meets Florida Requirements. You can take this course for general credits, however.
Other states: This course may meet your state's requirements for supervision CE. Use the course information below to determine if this course will meet your state's content requirements.
Available in your area as a live class; contact us for details.
Developed by: Karen Albig Smith, LMFT, LCAS, MAC, CAP, SAP, SAE
Description: This intensive course on supervision familiarizes participants with a wide range of issues pertinent to the provision of supervision to individuals in the counseling professions. Module One includes defining and differentiating supervision roles and functions from consultation and providing a brief resource review of the supervision literature. The course covers several categories of supervision models. Module Two covers a thorough discussion of the dynamics of supervision as an influence on the professional development of the supervisee. Module Three explores special contextual issues including structure, techniques, and methods. This also includes contextual differences including culture, gender, race, and class. Instructions and guidance are provided on writing a supervision services description inclusive of theory and philosophical orientation, structuring and goals, and a description of the practitioner's model of supervision.
Objectives: Module One
1. Learners will be able to identify the key subtopics in the supervision literature.
2. Learners will be able to develop a congruent definition of supervision.
3. Learners will be able to discuss the standard of care in clinical supervision.
4. Learners will be able to discriminate ten categories of supervision models.
5. Learners will be able to describe the role of therapy philosophy and theory.
6. Learners will be able to articulate their own model and supervision services description.
Objectives: Module Two
1. Learners will be able to observe supervision dynamics.
2. Learners will be able to avoid problems with power dynamics in supervision.
3. Learners will be able to describe the dynamic of shard meaning in supervision.
4. Learners will be able to manage dual roles in supervision.
5. Learners will be able to discuss the importance of trust in supervision.
6. Learners will be able to identify isomorphism in supervision.
Objectives: Module Three
1. Learners will be able to identify seven multicultural models of supervision
2. Learners will be able to discuss historical aspects of context and supervision.
3. Learners will be able to describe five forces in counseling.
4. Learners will be able to discuss the concepts of sensitivity, vigilance, participation and accommodation in multicultural supervision.
5. Learners will be able to discuss the impact of class on supervision.
6. Learners will be able to explain racial identity stages, micro- aggressions, and cross-racial supervision.
7. Learners will be able to articulate supervision differences across three settings.
8. Learners will be able to manage gender issues in supervision.
9. Learners will be able to explain LGBT concerns as they pertain to supervision.
10.Learners will be able to discuss the contextual influence of managed care on supervision.
CE Credits: 16
Hour One: Literature overview, the standard of care in supervision.
Hour Two: Isomorphic process, definitions.
Hour Three: Roles and functions, supervision vs. training and consultation.
Hour Four: Models of supervision.
Hour Five: Philosophy and theory.
Hour Six: Writing the Supervision Services Description.
Hour Seven: Overview of the concept of supervision dynamics.
Hour Eight: Power in supervision.
Hour Nine: Shared meaning in supervision.
Hour Ten: Dual roles in supervision.
Hour Eleven: Trust and isomorphism in supervision.
Hour Twelve: The supervision context, history, and overview.
Hour Thirteen: Multicultural issues.
Hour Fourteen: The impact of class.
Hour Fifteen: Cross-racial supervision, three supervision settings.
Hour Sixteen: Gender, sexual orientation and identity, and managed care.
CE Broker#: 20-343397
Methods: Pre-test, study guide, posttest and evaluation, internet sources via URLs, Q&A by email.
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: School psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, licensed professional counselors, mental health counselors, nurses, employee assistance professionals, addiction professionals, behavioral health technicians, and other allied professionals who may work with supervisees.
National Board for Certified Counselors (N.B.C.C.) Program Services has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP #: 5978.
Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.
Program Services is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
Social Work: State Licensing Board Approval Information for Continuing Education.
The following states accept our national approvals (NBCC) for social work CE: Alabama, Arizona, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin.
We are approved in two states for social work (Florida and Alabama).
The following states accept Program Services CE if other state SW boards have approved our CE. (Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia.)
These states specify cross-disciplinary CE is acceptable, have no specified requirements/limitations, or that social workers can self- submit after the fact:
Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Maine, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Wyoming, New Mexico.
Program Services has not applied for CE for social work in New York, Hawaii, Iowa, and Minnesota.
National Association of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) #86395
Florida Board of Nursing FBN #2456 CEBroker provider # 50-1651
Florida Board of Clinical Social Work, Marriage and Family Therapy, and Mental Health Counseling: BAP #162 CEBroker provider # 50-1651
Florida Office of School Psychology. BAP#162 CEBroker provider # 50-1651
Florida Certification Board, Inc. #159A
Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners #0339
Georgia Board of Nursing CEBroker provider #50-1651
South Carolina Board of Nursing CEBroker provider #50-1651
District Columbia Board of Nursing CEBroker provider #50-1651
Allied profession approvals can be found at https://www.programservices.org/approvals?