Therapists in private practice frequently ask me to help them in the process of becoming a supervisor. Recognizing the many different levels of clinical knowledge and requirements that need to be in place to be effective as a supervisor, I developed this course covering the fundamentals for supervisors to-be. This training program, unique in our field, focuses on developing the therapist’s style and leadership skills, while providing depth and solid grounding in ethics and a broad variety of clinical issues. It is tailored to the individual trainee.
Developed for practicing and aspiring supervisors, this training module will deepen your understanding of clinical methodology, the role of the supervisor, ethical concerns, common issues arising between supervisor and supervisee, managing relationships between both, and other matters of import in this practice area. Engaging and interactive, the course setting encourages participants to raise topics or questions of interest to them. I cover the supervisee selection methodology while assessing the therapist’s skills, the provision of coherent and fair evaluations, creating healthy relationships between therapist and supervisee, establishing healthy professional boundaries and much more.
This course is specifically for supervisors and experienced therapists wishing to become a supervisor.
Qualified participants must have at least five years of practice experience following full certification, provide their resume, and engage in a 20-minute screening interview via phone or Zoom (at a $50 non-refundable charge deducted from course fee if accepted).
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$100 per session per participant: (limited to 15 participants)
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