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Group Clinical Supervision

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Family Intervention Services

20 Vanderhoof Avenue

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Rockaway, NJ 07866

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Group supervision allows the clinician to consult and network with peers while receiving clinical guidance. This type of supervision can be extremely valuable and beneficial to behavioral health professionals. The group supervisor is primarily responsible for the planning and implementation of the group, while facilitating participants’ self-discovery and awareness, and ensuring individuals and families receive high quality services.

The goal of this workshop is to provide useful tools to assist the clinical supervisor with the structure and facilitation of a clinical supervision group. The workshop will discuss the expectations between supervisor and supervisees, as well as the clinical supervision requirements for LSWs and LACs. Participants will identify and explore the stages of group development. Those attending will gain knowledge on structuring group supervision and techniques to increase group cohesiveness. This workshop will provide participants with effective solutions in dealing with difficult individuals, group cohesion and conflict, working with resistance, and effective leadership skills.

5 Clinical CEHs

Workshop Objectives: By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:

Describe various ways to structure group supervision.

State the supervision requirements by the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners and the Professional Counselors Committee.

List the stages of group development.

Identify the components of successful group supervision.

Utilize different approaches, essential skills, methods and leadership styles when working with difficult supervisees in groups.

Discuss common legal, ethical and boundary issues that frequently arise in clinical supervision groups.

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10:00 am Introduction and Overview

10:15 am Group Clinical Supervision – Definitions and Ethics

Large Group Activity: Jeopardy

11:00 am Licensing Requirements

Lecture

11:20 pm Ethical Considerations and Cultural Sensitivity

Lecture

11:30 am Ethical Dilemmas

Individual Group Activity, Small Group Activity

11:45 am Models of Group Supervision

Lecture

12:30 pm Lunch

1:30 pm Group Development

Lecture

2:00 pm Self-Exploration and Corrective Feedback

Small Group Activity

2:15 pm Group Team Building

Lecture, Large Group Discussion

2:45 pm Structuring Group

Lecture, Large Group Discussion

3:15 pm Struggles with Group Supervision

Small Group Activity, Large Group Activity: Role Play

3:45 pm Summary and Evaluation

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