Clinical Supervision Series Part 1 –
Foundations of Competency-Based Clinical Supervision – What does it look like?
Rationale and Groundwork
Includes Training Presentation PDF!
Obtain 3 hours of Clinical Supervision Specific Training & General Skill Building
Target Audience: Psychologists, Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselors, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Clinical Addictions Specialists, Certified Alcohol & Drug Counselors.
Course Content: All Levels
In this first segment of the series, we will discuss what competent supervision is, analyze definitions of clinical supervision, and describe the benefits of competency-based supervision. We will explore the groundwork & rationale of effective supervision; examine the impact of cultural competence in terms of discrimination, microaggressions, and power differentials; and apply concept learning to case studies in breakout sessions.
What is supervision and how do we become competent supervisors?
Examine survey feedback from supervisees regarding their concerns of ineffective supervision.
Discuss the Learning Cycle of performance, observation, reflection, feedback/evaluation, and planning.
Apply the Learning Cycle to a new supervisee in a breakout session and discuss competency.
Implementing Competency-Based Supervision.
Explore Myths vs. Facts of Supervisor’s perceptions.