This two-day training will be offered on Friday & Saturday, December 5-6, 8:30 to 5:00 pm daily. Attendees will earn 16 contact hours. The training will highlight the legal, ethical, theoretical, and practical requirements associated with providing clinical supervision***.
The Workshop Objectives include:
Definition, Roles and Functions of Clinical Supervisors -- What a clinical supervisor should do and should not do
Legal and Ethical Requirements of Clinical Supervision Practice -- What supervisors must do and must NOT do
Theoretical and Developmental Models of Supervision -- Why does supervision help supervisees, and how can we help them even more
Supervision modalities: Individual, Group, Triadic, etc. -- Who is involved in the process, and how do you maximize the strengths of each modality
Specific Supervision Strategies -- “Go to” techniques for every stage of the supervision process
Opportunities to observe videotaped counseling and supervision sessions -- The only thing better than watching supervision and discussing it….
Opportunities to practice supervision in small group exercises -- Is the chance to practice the skills you have learned!
This training will be conducted by Drs. Gerard Lawson and Laura Welfare of the Virginia Tech Counselor Education program. They are both Licensed Professional Counselors in Virginia, National Certified Counselors, hold the Approved Clinical Supervisor credential, and have practiced, conducted research, and published in the area of clinical supervision.
Registration fee includes training & materials (optional box lunch add $10):
This workshop, developed by Drs. Lawson & Welfare, is sponsored by Virginia Tech in cooperation with the Virginia Counselors Association (VCA) and its divisions Virginia Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (VACES) and Virginia Clinical Counselors Alliance (VCCA).
*** As you may be aware, the Board of Counseling has approved recently enacted changes to the regulations governing professional counselors, including the requirements for those who provide clinical supervision towards licensure for Master’s level clinicians. These changes require that supervisors receive training in supervision “consisting of a three-credit-hour course in supervision or a 4.0-quarter-hour course in supervision, or at least 20 hours of continuing education in supervision by an approved provider…” If you have provided supervision prior to September 3rd, when these changes went into effect, you have until September 3rd, 2010 to meet those requirements to continue to provide clinical supervision.
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