8:00am - 1:00pm - Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision 110311-1038-2 This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore
8:00am – 1:00pm – Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision 110311-1038-2
This course focuses on practice and technique within a comparative framework within mental health models of supervision. The course will explore case examples stemming from various aspects of supervisory work with beginning to the experienced supervisor. The triadic relationship between the supervisor, supervisee and client will be defined through discussion of the application of technique to everyday supervisory challenges, reflecting a range of sites and settings. Participants are encouraged to bring their own case examples to integrate into the learning process.
Approved by the NASWNJ and the NBCC (#5709)
Half day $100/Full day $175
Sunday, January 21
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1:30pm – 6:30pm – The Influence of Culture in Clinical Supervision 110311-1038-1
The course will address the influence of culture on supervisory roles and functions within a comparative framework using mental health models including: counseling, social work and psychoanalytic approaches. The course will begin defining the supervisory process and move into the cultural dimensions that impact the supervisee-supervisor relationship and process. Topics will address the historical, practical, ethical, and cultural aspects of supervisory work. The course format is lecture, case review, reading and experiential small group activities
(Sunday) 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
301 S. Livingston Avenue Livingston, NJ 07039