course »So Much to Know, So Little Time: The Essentials of Clinical Supervision, Part I

Date: 11/19/2015, 8:00 am—5:00 pm
County: Alameda County
CEUs: 8
Location: Oakland
Sponsor: Fred Finch Youth & Family Services
Phone: 510-482-2244
Supervision is a task that requires a range of skills including teaching, modeling, supporting and guiding as well as knowledge in theory, direct practice, legal and ethics issues and a variety of mental health and social services issues.

In Part 1 participants will learn the basics for providing competent clinical supervision. Topics include: Board of Psychology (BOP) and Boards of Behavioral Sciences (BBS) supervision requirements, developmental stages of supervisees and supervisors; assessment of supervisees skill level and learning style; planning how to make an individualized supervision plan; models and techniques of supervision; termination of the supervisory relationship, supervision versus psychotherapy; evaluation; leadership styles and how to address difficult situations.

This course constitutes 8 hours of formal training in supervision to fulfill (BOP) and (BBS) regulations. It meets the 6 hour requirement for supervising MFT trainees and interns, psychology interns and psych assistants & half the training required to supervise ASWs.