This 3 Day training is a live webinar
CLINICAL SUPERVISION TRAINING
Sponsored by the Virginia Counselors Association
The three day webinar training will provide LPCs and LMFTs the 20 hours required to supervise LPC residents. Participants attending the workshop in its entirety will receive a Verification Form documenting 20 NBCC Contact Hours (includes 3 hours ethics), fulfilling the Virginia LPC supervision requirements. (20 NBCC Contact Hours may also be used for relicensure - Virginia Board of Counseling)
Thursday: 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm (4 Hours, no scheduled lunch break)
Friday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm (8 Hours, 1 hour lunch break)
Saturday: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm (8 Hours, 1 hour lunch break)
REGISTRATION FEE: Registration fee includes training and materials. (Materials will be emailed prior to training).
Participants will have a one-hour lunch break, on Friday & Saturday.
Fees to attend are as follows:
- Thursday, Friday & Saturday: $400 VCA Members; $450 Non-Members
- Thursday, Friday & Saturday + VCA Membership: $475
LaConda Ambrose Fanning, PsyD is an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) who is professionally trained in Counseling and Clinical Psychology. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and certifies as a Child and Adolescent Trauma Professional. Dr. Fanning is a Clinical Director for Christian Psychotherapy and oversee supervision for many Residents in counseling; as well as, intern and practica students for over 10 years. Dr. Fanning is also an adjust professor in the Community Mental Health Counseling Program and the Psychology Program at Norfolk State University.
Susan Owen Dye, PhD is an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) and both a Virginia Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Substance Abuse Treatment Provider. She received her doctorate in Counselor Supervision and Education form the University of Virginia and has worked as a Virginia resident in counseling supervisor for over 20 years. Her clinical supervision experiences include outpatient, inpatient and residential treatment. She currently is a full time faculty member at South University in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling master’s program where she also oversees all field placements. She also works part-time in a private practice in Virginia Beach.
· Distinguish between supervision, consultation and teaching
· Describe the major models of supervision currently being used
· Examine the various legal and ethical challenges of supervision
· Clarify the responsibilities involved for both the supervisor and supervisee
· Develop a contract with a supervisee, define parameters and expectations and keep appropriate records for supervision
· Review the model techniques that will enhance the effectiveness of the supervision process
· Understand the process of the supervisory relationship
· Identify the developmental stages of the supervisee, and know how to most effectively match supervisor style to the
· Develop a personal model for clinical supervision
Roles and functions of clinical supervisors
Distinguish between supervision, consultation and teaching
Models of clinical supervision
Mental health–related professional development
Professional Identity as a Clinical Supervisors
Methods and techniques in clinical supervision
Supervisory relationship issues
Understand the responsibilities involved for both the supervisor and supervisee
Evaluation of supervisee competence and the supervision process
Multicultural issues in clinical supervision
Legal and ethical issues in clinical supervision
Media and Supervision
Assessment of skills
Becoming certified as an approved clinical supervisor
Please contact the VCA Office at email@example.com; 1-800-225-8103; FAX 757-766-5467 if you have ADA needs, i.e. Audio/Visual/Mobile
To receive a full refund, minus a $10 administrative fee, registrants must cancel at least 7 days prior to the start of the workshop. Cancellations and/or no shows with less than a 7 day notice can either receive a credit for the registration fee to be applied toward a future VCA-sponsored workshop, annual VCA Convention, VCA membership, transfer the registration to another person OR
request a refund minus a $50 fee.
VCA Programs Complaint Policy and Procedure:
If you have a complaint or dispute regarding this training please write a letter and include the following: Your name, address, telephone number, email, name of event, date and location of the event, complaint and desired resolution to VCA via one of the following ways- (Email) firstname.lastname@example.org; (FAX) 757-766-5467 or (Mail) VCA, 316 Hodges Cove Rd., Yorktown, VA 23692. You will receive a reply from VCA no later than three weeks from the date you submitted the complaint/dispute.
Virginia Counselors Association has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 2047. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Virginia Counselors Association is solely responsible for all aspects of the program.
Virginia Counselors Association
316 Hodges Cove Road, Yorktown, VA 23692
757-766-5466 (Office); 757-766-5467 (Fax)