Clinical Supervision II
Tuesday June 11, 2019
8:30am - 5:30pm
7.5 contact hours total:
- 7.5 NBCC credit hours
- NCSAPPB approved substance use specific (SS) and clinical supervision specific (CSS)
We’ll look at ethics of clinical supervision more closely as defined by the American Counseling Association, National Association of Social Workers, and NCSAPPB. In small groups, we’ll identify ethical dilemmas participants have experienced as both a counselor and as a clinical supervisor.
This training will re-examine the use of case presentation and case study, targeting the barriers to treatment and working with client “resistance”. We’ll also examine the difference between the roles of administrative supervision vs. clinical supervision and if a participant has responsibility for both, how to provide a true informed consent when in each role.
This advanced clinical supervision training will also redefine the old authoritative role of clinical supervision with a new role of collaboration and mutual support leading to a co-vision of shared responsibility for the guidance of the counselor-client relationship.
Last but not least, we’ll define David Powell’s model of contemplative clinical supervision, discussing and integrating those skills.
- Explore ethics in relationship to clinical supervision.
- Revive the skills of case presentation and study to support the in-depth look at targeting barriers to client treatment and client “resistance”.
- Redefine authoritative roles of the clinical supervisor, moving to the development of a co-vision of shared responsibility for the guidance of the counselor-client relationship.
Lunch, coffee, tea, and water served!
We look forward to seeing you there!
Presented by Linda Harrison, BSW, LPCS, CCS, MAC