Social Work Licensing Supervision Certification Training

Social Work Licensing Supervision Certification Training

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$200 – $269

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University Of Montevallo, Stephens School of Business

101 Farmer's Street

Room 203

Montevallo, AL 35115

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To provide licensing supervision, social workers are required to complete a 16 or 12 hour board-approved supervision training.

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Social Work Licensing Supervision Certification Training

This two day workshop includes(ASBSWE Board-approved) 16.0 clinical contact hours, including 3.0 contact hours of ethics and 3.0 contact hours of clinical content or 12.0 non-clinical contact hours, including 3.0 hours of ethics and 3.0 hours of clinical content.

The University of Montevallo Social Work Program is board approved by the Alabama State Board of Social Work Examiners (ASBSWE) to offer supervision training. This supervision training is in response to recent Supervision Rules 850-X-3 changes affecting Alabama’s social workers ability to provide licensure supervision at all levels, LBSW, LMSW, LICSW. To provide supervision, social workers will be required to complete a board-approved supervision training. This two -day training meets the requirements for both clinical and non-clinical supervision.

Presenters: Dr. Jason Newell, LICSW, PIP and Jeannie A. Duke, LICSW

Location: University of Montevallo – Michael E. Stephens College of Business

1010 Farmer Street, Montevallo, AL. Room 203. Free Parking.

August 8 and 9, 2022

8:00 am – 5:00 pm – Total of 16 hours CE’s for clinical supervisors including 3 hours of ethics and 3 hours of clinical content or 12 hours CE's for non-clinical supervisors.

• Registration Fee: $269 Clinical / $200 for Non-clinical

• Registration fee includes lunch and light refreshments throughout the day, CE’s, training materials, certificate of training for ASWB verification.

Primary Training Goals: To prepare LICSW’s to supervise LMSW’s toward their LICSW and for supervising LICSW’s, LMSW’s, and LBSW’s to supervise LMSW’s and LBSW’s for clinical and non-clinical services as a requirement for licensure in accordance with new State of Alabama guidelines. This workshop will cover all aspects of the required supervision training outlined in the new Supervision Rules changes. The focus of the training will be on building effective supervision skills in social work with modules on supervision styles exploring roles of supervisor, mentor, consultant, and coach. Specific workshop content includes reinforcement and development of a professional value system based on the NASW Code of Ethics, use of technology in social work, legal considerations in social work practice relationships, the assessment of human development, diversity and behavior in the environment, and the holistic assessment of trauma and loss are included. Clinical modules include aspects of incorporating the DSM-5 and types of treatment approaches along with case studies on treatment/intervention planning which can be used in supervision will be explored. Non-clinical supervision skill development will include ways to teach and reinforce brief treatment planning, client-centered interviewing techniques, resource development, community assessment skills, practice evaluation, and administrative skills in supervision. Using case studies, participants will demonstrate knowledge and skill attainment through group exercises, role plays, and feedback.

Learning Outcomes:

• Demonstrate knowledge of effective non-clinical and clinical supervision skills

• Demonstrate knowledge and skill incorporating DSM-5 disorders, treatment approaches, and intervention plans

• Demonstrate knowledge and skill in reinforcing a professional value system based on the NASW Code of Ethics

• Demonstrate knowledge and skills in incorporating service delivery in non-clinical supervision

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