Clinical Supervision Part 1: Foundations of Competency-Based Clinical Supervision – What does it look like?
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.
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to:
Define what supervision is and how to become a competent supervisor.
Implement survey feedback from supervisees regarding their concerns about ineffective supervision.
Address stages from the Learning Cycle of performance, observation, reflection, feedback/evaluation, and planning.
Apply the Learning Cycle to a new supervisee in a breakout session.
Differentiate Myths vs. Facts of Supervisor’s perceptions.