Mental Health Clinical Supervision: A Comprehensive Overview (Includes 3 hours of Supervisory Telemental Health ethics) August 22-25, 2018 Roswell, GA
6-24 Contact Hours
Mental Health Clinical Supervision: A Comprehensive Overview
Presenting a four-day conference, comprised of up to 24 hours of learning in supervision, to provide the mental health supervisor with a powerful learning experience for grasping the foundations, methods and ethics of clinical supervision on the 21st Century. Day 3 of this conference will also include 3 hours of Telemental Health Supervisory Ethics to meet the requirements under Composite Board Rule 135-11. For Professional Counselors, up to 24 hours may be used towards securing or maintaining the CPCS certification that is required by September 30, 2018. This program has been carefully designed to meet the guidelines for excellence in supervision in accordance with the guiding principles of the CPCS certification and best practices in clinical supervision for all mental health supervisors.
Any 1 day: $125.00 pre-registered $140.00 at the door
Any two days: $235.00 pre-registered $250.00 at the door
Any three days: $345.00 pre-registered $375 at the door
All four days: $450 pre-registered $475 at the door
Approval for Social Workers to be provided by NASW GA.
This course is not NBCC approved.
Objectives for this Course:
Conference Day One (9:15 AM to 5 PM with breaks, 6 Contact Hours)
Course Objectives Day One: Foundations
Grasp the role of the supervisor and the nature of the supervisory relationship, including the three major components of supervision and the key objectives of supervision.
Understand the basic differences between and among supervision, mentoring, consultation and therapy relationships.
Know the key models and approaches to supervision, and the major components of supervision and the supervisory process and how they are structured within the supervisory relationship.
Learn the key factors associated with successful supervision and how to apply the 10 key supervisory techniques.
Generate professional authority within the supervisory relationship, build trust, manage one’s self and exercise influence within the supervisory relationship
Day 1 of the conference will include interactive scenario analysis, interactive role playing, and the practice of techniques incorporating knowledge from the presentation of material
Conference Day Two (9:15 AM to 5 PM with breaks, 6 Contact Hours)
Course Objectives Day Two: Methods
Grasp the long-view and day to day structure of supervision, including organizing and structuring the larger structure of the supervision and individual supervisory sessions, from the point of first contact, through the establishment and meeting of supervisory goals, through the completion of the supervisory relationship.
Understand how to determine a successful match between the supervisee and the supervisory experience
Learn how to recognize the supervisory style needed by the supervisee and how to modify supervisory style based upon these recognized needs
Establish informed consent with the supervisee, including evaluation strategy, supervisory approaches used, rights of supervisee, responsibilities of supervisee and supervisor, and other components of appropriate informed consent.
Develop an evaluation process for supervision and implement supervisory evaluation form,
Apply the record of supervisory session form
Develop a learning plan to address core knowledge gaps
Integrate forms and templates of clinical supervision with goals of addressing knowledge gaps and structuring learning approach
Apply informed consent agreement, learning agreement, evaluation approach, record of supervisory session
Day 2 of the conference will include interactive scenario analysis, interactive role playing, and the practice of techniques incorporating knowledge from the presentation of material
Conference Day Three (9:15 AM to 5 PM with breaks, 6 Contact Hours in Supervisory Ethics)
Objectives for Day Three: Ethics
Prepare to teach the key legal, ethical and clinical knowledge base that must be part of the active vocabulary of any clinician who wishes to assume the role of supervisor, including state and federal laws concerning privacy, harm prevention, rights of minors, NASW, ACA, and AAMFT Codes of Ethics, and best practices models of ethical decision making
Review and understand Rule 135-5.-01 & .02 as it pertains to the licensure process
Review and understand each component of the APC/LPC application
Become aware of the trends apparent in the Composite Board's review of applications
Teach and motivate supervisees to assume ethically compliant positions in their clinical work
Address cultural diversity and ethical decision making within the supervisory relationship
Learn legal and ethical implications of electronic modes of communication and social media in the 21st Century supervisory environment, including how to supervise for Telemental Health and how to provide Telemental Health Supervision to meet 3 hour standards under GA Composite Board Rule 135-11-.01
Day 3 of the conference will include interactive scenario analysis, interactive role playing, and the practice of techniques incorporating knowledge from the presentation of material
Objectives for Day Four: Specialized Training, Performance Management
Apply core principles of leadership in clinical supervision.
Understand the essential components of performance management and how to apply them within the supervisory relationship.
Integrate performance management approaches with best practices models, systems and structures of clinical supervision .
Learn and apply a Core Skills Enhancement Plan and a Performance Improvement plan utilizing a performance management system.
Apply course material to clinical supervision through scenario analysis and experiential learning.
Day 4 of the conference will include interactive scenario analysis, interactive role playing, and the practice of techniques incorporating knowledge from the presentation of material
About your trainers:
Charlie Safford, LCSW is the founder and President of yourceus.com, Inc., a knowledge company that works with professional organizations such as LPCA and NASW GA to provide continuing education curriculum to social workers, professional counselors and other mental health clinicians nationwide. He has over 30 years of experience as a clinician, consultant, and coach, with over 20 years of experience developing and delivering best practices training programs for business and mental health audiences.
David W. Anderson, PhD, LPC, LMFT is a clinical professional with over 20 years of experience as a licensed professional counselor, and has served as an adjunct professor at College of New Jersey, Mercer County Community College, and Athens Technical College.
Christina Parsons, LPC is a clinical professional with over 15 years experience as a professional counselor, including time spent as the clinical director at New Joshua for Mental Health Wellness & Recovery.
Brittny Lyle, LPC, CPCS is a CPCS certified supervisor and has previously served as the Director of Member Services at the Licensed Professional Counselor Association, coordinating the Continuing Education program..
DIRECTIONS TO Mountain Park Civic Center
112 Lakeshore Drive Roswell, GA 30075
From 285 North Loop: Take GA 400 North to exit 7B, Holcomb Bridge Road (Highway 92) going west. Remain on this road for 5.5 miles. This road will change names several times (W. Norcross, Woodstock, Alabama), but will continue straight. At the 5.5 mile mark, after the Super Target strip mall, you will go right on Mountain Park Road and remain on this road for 1.3 miles through three stop signs. On the first two stop signs, you will go straight, not bearing either left or right. At the third stop sign, Mountain Park Road will bear to the right. At the next stop sign, you will go right on Lakeshore Drive. The Civic Center will be the building closest to you on your left, at the near edge of the village green. You will enter to park at the first driveway on your left, with overflow parking available in two other parking areas.
From the South: Take I-85 North to 400 north, follow directions above to arrive at the Civic Center.
From the West: Take 285 North loop East towards GA 400 and follow directions above.
From the East: Take 285 North loop West towards GA 400 and follow directions above.
From 575 North of Woodstock: Take I-75 South to exit 7, Alabama Road (Highway 92). Follow Highway 92 7.1 miles to Old Mountain Park Road and go left. Follow this road 1.1 miles until it dead ends at Mountain Park Road, go left, then follow directions above.
Full refunds will be issued up to 14 days prior to the conference. Cancellations received less than two weeks from the start of the conference will be refunded at 80% of the conference costs up until the day before the conference. Cancellations received after the last day before the start of the conference will not be refunded, but 50% of the paid amount may be applied towards other live or online courses from yourceus.com.