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LCSW Clinical Supervision Training Institute

Started Mar 17, 2022

$400 Enroll

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Thank you for your interest in our LCSW Clinical Supervision Training Institute! We have designed this course to be a comprehensive guide to many of the questions and situations that clinicans will encounter on their journey to providing competent and effective supervision. We pay particular attention to legal concepts and laws that impact supervisors, as well as anti-racist principles that ensure culturally competent and trauma-informed supervision. Self-care is also addressed in this training. Upon completion of this course, we believe you will be better prepared to provide more impactful clinical supervision. In addition, this activity is pending approval from the National Association of Social Workers. 

This course covers: 

  • The purpose, definitions, and context of clinical supervision.
  • Some of the legal concepts and laws relevant to the practice of clinical and licensure supervision.
  • Credentialing issues as well as agency versus private supervision.
  • The roles and responsibilities of the supervision relationship.
  • Ethical issues, including multiple relationships, conflicts of interest, and other relevant issues.
  • Ethical dilemmas within supervision.
  • Methods, theoretical frameworks, and models of clinical supervision.
  • The role of mentoring and modeling.
  • Performance evaluation on both ends of the of the supervision dyad, not only in how you will provide performance evaluation to your supervisee, but also the standards by which you as a supervisor will be evaluated.
  • Specific technical skills of clinical documentation, including chart review, case conceptualization, diagnosis, multiple multidisciplinary team issues, documentation of supervision, duty to warn, and risk management of crises. 
  • The intersection of trauma, racism, cultural competency, and sensitivity in supervision.
  • Self-care techniques and investigation of values for supervisors.