Date: 10/27/2016, 8:00 am—5:00 pm
County: Alameda County
Sponsor: Fred Finch Youth & Family Services
Guidelines for providing group clinical supervision will be reviewed including ground rules, group process, and ongoing group responsibilities for the supervisor. Cultural competency in providing clinical supervision will be examined. Topics discussed include cultural identity, self-disclosure and ethics, social class and professional development, the cycle of oppression, micro aggressions, and developing culturally competent supervision. Self-awareness issues will also be reviewed including transference, counter-transference, and secondary trauma. Self-care practices will be provided for both supervisors and supervisees. An overview of the NASW Code of Ethics is also reviewed including obligations to clients, colleagues, practice settings, professionals, social work, and the broader society. A model for ethical decision making will also be provided.
By the end of Day 2 of this course participants will be able to:
- Describe the key components of providing culturally competent supervision, the cycle of oppression, and how to develop culturally competent supervision.
- Describe self-awareness issues including transference, counter-transference, and secondary trauma and demonstrate self-care practices.
- Identify the sections and key elements of the NASW Code of Ethics.