Thursday, May 7 –
Friday, May 8, 2020
9:00 am to 4:40 pm
When you are on the front lines, you know the importance of good supervision. The support, interest and sensitive feedback from a good supervisor are crucial to advancing skills, as well as ensuring that future clients are getting the best possible clinical results in an ethical and safe environment.
A skilled and competent clinical supervisor draws from the “playbook” of good counselling and listening skills but knows that supervision is not the same as therapy. Rather, clinical supervision is an undertaking that requires a new set of behaviours and skills.
The supervisory process itself and promotion of mastery is both the art and science of a clinical supervision practice. Supervisors are not born. They are trained.
Over two days, Lois Ehrmann will provide you with an informed approach to risk and liability, as well as nuanced explorations of supervisor-supervisee dynamics. You will learn about how to give feedback, the pros and cons of different observation methods, how to better relate to supervisees whose background differs from yours, how to maintain proper boundaries, how to avoid being put on a pedestal and more.
Through presentation, active discussion and small-group problem solving, this workshop is designed to help you build your confidence in your supervision skills by providing instruction on how to address competently and confidently the toughest issues you will face in today’s ever-evolving psychotherapeutic world.
LOOKING TO COMPLETE YOUR 30-HOUR CRPO SUPERVISION REQUIREMENT?
Or are you just wanting an opportunity to dive deeper into the complex nuances of supervision?
Lois is also offering an 18-hour webinar to be broadcasted in 6 sessions between May 29 and July 10 to help you fine-tune your understanding and skill. For full information on this webinar, click here.
This 2-day, 12-hour training supplemented with Lois’s 18-hour post-training webinar fulfills the 30 hours of directed learning in clinical supervision required by the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario.
Registrants are welcome to sign up for both the 2-day workshop and 18-hour webinar together or either training alone.
You will learn—
- How to construct an informed consent contract for supervision
- How to introduce up front information and processes to support and strengthen a supervisory alliance so that struggles are averted before they ever begin
- How to manage and communicate difficult or negative feedback to a supervisee
- How to effectively work with impaired or unethical supervisees
- Ways to safeguard your license, as clinical supervision has its own ethical dilemmas and pitfalls
Time for reflection and small-group discussion will empower you with ideas and actual tools that you can integrate into your practice as soon as the training is over!