Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy

Includes a Live Event on 11/07/2020 at 9:00 AM (MST)

Overview

Supervision is complex, and the purpose of this session is to provide behavioral guidance to navigate and manage an array of professional issues that may occur in clinical supervision. Ideally, clinical supervision is a chain reaction where supporting the supervisee’s performance and development ultimately benefits clients, agencies, funding sources, counseling profession, and society at large.

In This Session - 3 Hours

In this 3-hour training, we will provide an introduction and overview of the foundation of clinical supervision. Intended for new clinical supervisors, the focus will be on translating knowledge to practice. Topics covered will include an overview of (a) role and responsibilities of a clinical supervisor, (b) skills in providing effective oversight of and guidance to supervisees who diagnose, create treatment plans, and treat clients, (c) supervisory methods and techniques, and (d) fair and accurate evaluation of a supervisee’s ability to plan and implement clinical assessment and treatment. 

Objectives – Upon completion of the training, attendees will be able to:

  • Describe clinical supervisor roles and responsibilities
  • Analyze the knowledge base and effective oversight associated with supervision
  • Apply supervisory methods and techniques to their supervision practice
  • Provide balanced and data-based evaluation of their supervisees

Agenda for the Training

a. The first hour is focused on the history, definitions, and foundations of clinical supervision.
b. The second hour is focused on understanding the theory and practice of supervision.
c. The third hour is focused on the application of the theory and practice of supervision.

Cancellations & Substitutions

Registration cancellations prior to 7 days in advance of the training will incur no penalty. Cancellations within 6 days of the training are subject to a $50.00 cancellation fee. Cancellation notices must be sent in writing to AzCA. No refunds will be made on cancellations made within 2 days because committed funds and forfeited fees cannot be applied to future meetings due to IRS reporting requirements. Substitutions are not permitted due to the nature of the training. 

Continuing Education Approval 

The Arizona Counselors Association is an NBCC-Approved CE Provider. Participants can earn 3 CEs for this training. 

Supervision Training - Component

This 3-hour training "Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy" can be taken as a stand alone training.  However, when combined with 3 additional clinical supervision 3-hour trainings, this session, along with the 3-hour  trainings, qualifies for the 12 hours of training to complete the required Arizona Clinical Supervision hours.

@@This session DOES NOT qualify for the 6 hours for Clinical Supervision renewal.@@ 

Registration Fees 

AzCA Member - $49
Non-Member - $59

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Disclaimer

The views and opinions expressed by presenters are their own and do not necessarily represent those of AzCA. AzCA disclaims any responsibility for the use and application of information presented at this training.   

Continuing Education Approval 

The Arizona Counselors Association is an NBCC-Approved CE Provider. Participants can earn 3 CEs for this training. 

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Supervision Training - Component

This 3-hour training "Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy" can be taken as a stand alone training.  

However, when combined with 3 additional clinical supervision 3-hour trainings, this session, along with the 3-hour  trainings, qualifies for the 12 hours of training to complete the required Arizona Clinical Supervision hours. 

@@This session DOES NOT qualify for the 6 hours for Clinical Supervision renewal.@@ 

Michael T. Hartley, PHD, CRC

Associate Professor, Faculty Chair, Counseling Program, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, University of Arizona

Michael T. Hartley is an associate professor and faculty chair of the Counseling Program, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies at the University of Arizona.  He was introduced to the scholarship of professional ethics as a doctoral student, serving as a note-taker on the 2005 Code of Ethics Revision Taskforce for the American Counseling Association (ACA). Dr. Hartley has approximately 30 peer referred journal articles and 10 book chapters, including research on ethical practices and decision making. He recently co-edited the 5th edition of Ethics and Decision Making in Counseling and Psychotherapy, available from Spring Publishing in January 2021. Dr. Hartley’s research on ethical issues has informed the construction of professional codes of ethics. Having served in variety of leadership roles over the years, Dr. Hartley recently served as treasurer of the Arizona Counseling Association (AzCA) and president of the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association (ARCA). Dr. Hartley is knowledgeable about the evolving application of professional ethics in contemporary counseling practice.

Camelia Shaheed

Doctoral Candidate, Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies, University of Arizona

Camelia Shaheed is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Disability and Psychoeducational Studies at the University of Arizona. Her dissertation is on the topic of clinical supervision as part of the PhD Program in Counselor Education and Supervision (CES). A professional counselor and supervisor with over two decades of clinical, supervisory, and administrative experience, Ms. Shaheed is an independently licensed counselor in the State of Arizona and a nationally certified rehabilitation counselor. She has published several articles and is a contributor to the pending 5th edition of Ethics and Decision Making in Counseling and Psychotherapy, available from Spring Publishing in January 2021.

Marcela Kepic, PhD

Associate Professor of Practice in Counseling, Disability & Psychoeducational Studies Department, University of Arizona

Marcela Kepic, PhD is an associate professor of practice in counseling in the Disability & Psychoeducational Studies Department. She is a Licensed Professional Counselors in the state of NJ, VA, and DC and an Approved Clinical Supervisor. Her expertise is in child and adolescent counseling, crisis response, and life development of older adults. Her research agenda is primarily focused on issues related to life satisfaction and wellness of older adults who experience many losses, especially loss of a spouse or significant other. Dr. Kepic’s further research interests include caregivers’ stress, caregiving trajectories, and wellness in student-athletes. Dr. Kepic is a member of the Association for Adult Development and Aging  (AADA) where she served in many different roles, including the president of the AADA. She also continues to serve on the Crisis, Disaster, and Trauma Task Force (CDT) of the ACA, and contributes to the development of the CDT competencies. As a member of the International Committee, Dr. Kepic is involved in exploring the understanding of counseling profession outside of the United States. Dr. Kepic also contributes to peer-reviewed publications and books, and national, regional, and state conference presentations. Lastly, she has been serving as a reviewer for the Adultspan Journal for few years now. She is trained in REBT, Gottman Method for couples, and biofeedback. 

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Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy Training
11/07/2020 at 9:00 AM (MST)   |  180 minutes
11/07/2020 at 9:00 AM (MST)   |  180 minutes
Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy Evaluation
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Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy Certificate
3.00 CE Credits credits  |  Certificate available
3.00 CE Credits credits  |  Certificate available This certificate applies to the 3-hour training "Foundations of Clinical Supervision in Counseling and Psychotherapy". When combined with 3 additional clinical supervision trainings, this session with the others qualifies for the 12 hours of training to complete the required Arizona Clinical Supervision hours. This session DOES NOT qualify for the 6 hours for Clinical Supervision renewal.