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Clinical Supervision Skills in Behavioral Health: Ethical and Best Practice Issues
Cross Country Education
Discipline(s): Counseling / Social Work / Psychology
Registration Fee: $179
Identify how to incorporate best practice ideas for building a more successful relationship with your supervisees
Describe how to develop ethical strategies to respond to the three most common supervision problems: multicultural differences, multiple roles and relationships, and how to avoid becoming the supervisee's therapist
Identify the primary areas for ethical mistakes in supervision and examine what to do about them
Discuss 5 suggestions for building a malpractice plan
Identify techniques that work with difficult supervisees
• Behavioral Health Managers
• Clinical Social Workers
• Marriage and Family Therapists
• Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors
• Case Managers
• Psychiatric Nurses
• Administrators in Mental Health
Receive unlimited access from the time of purchase through completion and submission of the online exam. Once the exam is taken the seminar will be available for 30 days before course access expires.
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Clinical Supervision in Behavioral Health
Clinical supervision is the means by which all applied health and mental health fields are taught, yet few supervisors receive specific training in this important role. Clinical supervision, while appearing on the surface to be similar to psychotherapy and counseling, is a different relationship with unique qualities and characteristics that set it apart. It requires the development of new knowledge and expertise. Ethically and legally, supervisors are responsible for patient/client care as well as the training and development of their supervisees. Supervision becomes a balancing act between the needs of the patient/client population and the needs of the supervisee.
It is no longer possible for clinicians to say, "I am an experienced and competent therapist, counselor, psychologist or psychiatrist, so therefore I can be a competent supervisor." The practitioner, regardless of degree, credentials, field of practice, work environment or the population served, must develop a separate knowledge base and skill set in order to be competent and effective in this role and avoid ethical/legal pitfalls. Dr. Campbell will help you feel more competent as a supervisor as she strengthens your ethical clinical judgment and relationship skills. This seminar will help you do your job better and give you clinical skills to rely on throughout your professional career.
Dates and Locations
01-01-2020 - 01-01-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM