This 12-hour course satisfies the training requirements for clinical social workers, mental health counselors, and marriage and family therapists who want to become qualified supervisors in the state of Florida. The virtual training, presented in 3, 4-hour days (total of 12 hours) is interactive and dynamic and encourages participants to take an active role in their learning.
1. Become familiar with the major models of supervision for clinical social work, marriage and family therapy or mental health counseling; 2. Gain skills to develop a personal model of supervision, drawn from existing models of supervision and from preferred styles of therapy; 3. Understand the co-evolving dynamics of therapist-client and supervisor-therapist-client relationships; 4. Explore distinctive issues that arise in supervision; 5. Address the contextual variables in practice such as culture, gender, ethnicity, power and economics; 6. Become familiar with the ethical, legal and regulatory issues of supervision; 7. Review the Florida laws and the board rules governing interns and supervision; and, 8. Understand the role of evaluation in supervision.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Erin McNamee, LCSW, DSW has been in clinical practice in the state of Florida since 2006. She is a qualified supervisor in clinical social work who has supervised numerous clinicians in both master’s level internships and completing the requirements for clinical licensure. Erin recently completed the Doctor of Social Work program at Florida Atlantic University studying barriers to treating Substance Use Disorder. She maintains a private practice in Boca Raton, Florida specializing in trauma, addiction, and codependency.
Friday, January 15 at 8:30am to 12:30pmVirtual Event