Cross Supervision Certification Training
Supervision certification for those wishing to cross supervise between mental health professions. 2 ETHICS CEU
This event will be in person and live streamed.
2.5 ETHICS CEU
5.5 REGULAR CEU
8 TOTAL CEU
On the right it will say in person or external course. Please be sure you are registering for the correct delivery type.
The event will be 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Lunch will be provided for those in person.
In-Person at Sheraton SLC registration: LINK
Live Stream registration: LINK
Naomi Spencer, LCMHC
Introduction to Clinical Supervision
Presentation Summary: This presentation will provide an overview of Utah's DOPL rules related to clinical supervision, supervisor liability, structure of supervision, diversity-centric supervision, and roles and responsibilities of clinical supervisors.
Ellen Behrens, Ph.D., L.P., LCMHC
Ethical Issues in Supervision: Part 1
Presentation Summary: This presentation will provide an overview of the ethical codes related to social work and clinical mental health counseling practice. And, it will present an ethical decision-making model that will be illustrated with a supervision case.
Doran Williams, LCSW
Ethical issues in supervision: Part 2
Presentation Summary: The presentation will focus on ethical "hot topics" in clinical supervision such as confidentiality of supervision, multiple relationships, assessing competence, gatekeeping, and informed consent for supervision.
David Derezotes, Ph.D., LCSW
Models of Supervision
Presentation Summary: This presentation will introduce an inclusive approach to supervision theory that builds upon the ecological and social justice perspectives. Participants will be given an ecobiopsychosocialspiritual structure that incorporates Maslow’s Four Forces of psychotherapy as well as additional emerging theories in advanced generalist practice such as deep ecology and body-mind work that apply to supervision styles. The presentation also incorporate all ways of knowing, multiple therapy modalities, and multicultural perspectives, with an emphasis upon examples of supervision practice. Attendees will be encouraged to select models that fit with their own style and professional approaches to supervision.
Anna Lieber, LCMHC & Christina Zidow, LCSW
Best practices in supervision
Presentation Summary: This presentation will focus on a wide variety of best practices in clinical supervision such as supervision contracts and disclosure statements, summative and formative feedback, crisis/risk management, as well a guidelines for initiating, maintaining and monitoring supervision.