Clinical Supervision Training -2 day Training

Clinical Supervision Training -2 day Training

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This training in clinical supervision aims primarily to prepare individuals to become state-approved clinical supervisors in TN and CE's

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Clinical Supervision Training

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Clinical Supervision Training

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Thursday, August 25, 2022, NINE TO NOON

SESSION ONE: FOUNDATIONAL ISSUES IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION: 9 AM-Noon

This session provides an orientation to clinical supervision, with attention to defining clinical supervision, common goals of clinical supervision, training and credentialing in clinical supervision, clarifying competency in counseling and clinical supervision, critical issues in clinical supervision and other basic features of clinical supervision.

SESSION TWO: ETHICS AND LAW-RELATED ISSUES IN CLINICAL SUPERVISION: 1PM- 4 PM

This session covers legal issues in clinical supervision, including informed consent, contracting for clinical supervision, standard of care in mental health care, legal accountability, a review of relevant legal precedents, emphasis on State law and regulations, and more, along with relevant clinical supervision cases.

Friday, August 26, 2022

SESSION THREE: INSIDE CLINICAL SUPERVISION: 9 AM-Noon

This session addresses several of the basic operations of clinical supervision, including contracting for clinical supervision, fees—if any—for clinical supervision, informed consent, record keeping, the roles of clinical supervisors and supervisees, relational and boundary issues in clinical supervision, best practices in conducting supervision sessions, along with other relevant issues.

SESSION FOUR: DEVELOPING COMPETENT COUNSELORS AND THERAPISTS: 1PM- 4 PM

This session engages participants in discussing common challenges that arise in clinical supervision, along with vignettes that explicitly pose such challenges. Some of these include tracking supervisee development, having sufficient client-related information, supervisees who refuse to be clinical, supervisees’ excessive deferral to their supervisors, supervisee’s conflation of their good intentions with good clinical work, relational and clinical differences between supervisees and their supervisors, specific ethical and legal dilemmas, and others. The session answers questions about how to develop competent counselor and therapists.

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