Clinical Supervision: Core Components and Common Challenges

This seminar provides at least one hour of content on cultural competence.

Jennifer Berton, PhD, LICSW, CADC-II

5 CECs

Friday, April 26, 2019

9:30 am – 4:30 pm

Location: Hartford Public Library, Rm 026 – use Arch St Entrance

We know that good supervision can be hard to find, and one major reason is that supervisors are rarely adequately trained. Supervisors are often thrown into the role without the necessary tools to provide the best clinical supervision. Supervision courses are often difficult to find, and are rarely required. Yet effective supervision is the single greatest skill clinicians can possess to ensure ethical clinical practice.

A particular focus of this training will be examining case studies of supervision to discover common challenges and how to effectively address them. If you are a supervisor, or interested in becoming one, this seminar will give you everything you need to build an ethical, engaging, and effectual supervision practice.

In this engaging seminar, you will:

  • explore common mistakes supervisors make
  • gather effective theoretical orientations and models of supervision
  • explore working with multiculturalism in sessions
  • examine the core components of the supervisory relationship and the needed tools
  • troubleshoot common challenges in supervision and how to address them