This 18-hour on-demand webinar is led by Lois Ehrmann, PhD, LPC, NCC/ACS.
Registrants receive unlimited access to the recording for 365 days.
So… you know how to set up an informed consent contract and comfortably negotiate liability issues and the code of ethics in clinical supervision, but do you know how to move from being a good, competent supervisor to one who is great?
This 18-hour webinar will hone your capacity to provide attuned and present guidance as a clinical supervisor in a way that facilitates self-learning and personal growth for both you and your supervisees.
Each module will focus on one topic and will include some case presentations, independent journaling, and the practice of tools that you can use later with your own supervisees.
The curriculum for this 18-hour on-demand course is as follows:
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Assessment tools in the identification of at least four symptoms of Compassion Fatigue. The functions of stress and at least six ways stress impacts the emotional, mental and physical body of the human being.
How to utilize at least four appropriate tools and strategies in the evaluation of Compassion Fatigue symptoms in your supervisees. At least seven self-care strategies to prevent and recover from compassion fatigue that you can use with your supervisees.
How to envision a wider range of awareness in regard to whole groups, whole populations and unique differences in individuals and how to transfer that awareness to your supervisees. At least three ways in which the supervision relationship is impacted by supervisor/supervisee differences in sexual identity, gender, family background, and other areas of diversity. Have used a method of reviewing for greater knowledge about the background of a supervisee that is different than their own
A method for identifying and discussing for greater quality in the supervisory alliance the unique differences between a clinical supervisor and his or her supervisees. At least three exercises that clinical supervisors can use with supervisees to assist them in gaining greater clarity about cultural considerations.