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Clinical Supervision: Summer Workgroup for the New Supervisor

Cost: $55/month,  includes 1.25 hours CEUs (Supervision) and consultation

Virtual Zoom Format

Meets once a month (commitment for 4 months) Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 9:45 a.m.

June 2, July 14, August 4, September 1.

This workgroup is designed for clinicians who have completed a Board Approved Clinical Supervision Course, and desire ongoing consultation and support as they launch a supervision component to their practice. This short-term workgroup is meant to offer accountability and support as you add clinical supervision to your practice. Monthly topics covered include supervision theory, administrative functions, business operations, ethical challenges, and best practices.

Email to inquire or sign up for the group.

Clinical Supervision: Starting an Ethical Supervision Practice

Cost: $130,  includes 3.0 hours CEUs (Supervision & Ethics)

Virtual Zoom Format

Wednesday, May 12 from 9 a.m. to Noon.

This workshop is designed for clinicians who have completed a Board Approved Clinical Supervision Course, and desire additional support and confidence around ethical delivery and structure of supervision for individuals or groups. This course is meant to help give you the nuts & bolts to get your clinical supervision practice started!

Becoming a Board Approved Supervisor is a big step, but often times people lack the confidence or tools to begin incorporating supervision as an aspect of their practice. New Supervisors can feel intimidated by the Board Rules, are unsure about what structure and forms are needed, and lack awareness about tools to put in place for organization. If it's been a while since you have completed your supervision course and you feel you would benefit from a refresher and some additional support to get started accepting supervisees, this workshop is for you!

Some questions that will be answered in this training?

  • How do I create an ethical supervision plan with supervisees?
  • Where can I find supervisees and how do I ethically screen them?
  • What is required for a supervision plan now that the BHEC has approved changes to the rules?
  • How can I create trusting relationships with supervisees and reduce my risk?
  • What are the actual things I need to have in place to onboard a supervisee?
  • It's been a while since I had a supervision course...where do I start?
  • What is the best format to use for groups, and how do I set and collect payment for supervision?
  • How do I describe my supervision style when I haven't actually supervised anyone yet?