131: Clinical Supervision---Ethics and Skills for Enhanced Competence

August 08, 2014
Time & Place
8 a.m.-3:50 p.m.
CE Credits
Enrollment Limit
This intermediate workshop is designed to provide state-of-the-art ethical supervision practice, including competencies, supervision guidelines and emerging best practices, a strong supervisory relationship; relationship strain, ruptures, repair; diversity in all aspects, assessment, feedback, and evaluation strategies, legal and ethical frames, vicarious traumatization, Internet issues, self-care, and ethical management of supervisees not meeting performance competency standards. Through a competency-based frame, interactive meta-theoretical strategies for practice are developed through practice exercises, skill-building, video review, and reflection.
Learning Objectives
1. Identify three components of the definition of competency-based clinical supervision applicable to the local training context.
2. Assess supervisee foundational and functional competencies (knowledge, skills, values/attitudes) appropriate for the supervisee's current level of functioning: practicum, internship, or readiness for independent practice.
3. Develop a strong supervisory alliance with skills to identify and repair strains and ruptures to the alliance using meta-theoretical skills.
4. Develop and implement formative assessment protocols which will serve as the ethical foundation for the supervision contract.
5. Infuse diversity-competent knowledge, skills/ values into all aspects of supervision, being respectful of multiple identities of all members of the supervisory triad (supervisor-supervisee/therapist, client(s)).
6. Proactively identify and intervene on supervisory ethical and legal issues that arise with tools to increase effectiveness in modeling ethical practice of supervision, ethical problem solving.
7. Identify one guideline from the Board of Educational Affairs Supervision Guidelines for application in the local setting.
Carol A. Falender, PhD, Pepperdine University, Los Angeles; Edward P. Shafranske, PhD, Pepperdine University, Irvine

Enrollments are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Advance: April 15-June 30, 2014

Member Non-member
Half day (3 hours) $110 $130
Half day (4 hours) $130 $160
Full day (7 hours) $220 $260

Regular: July 1-Aug. 5, 2014

Member Non-member
Half day (3 hours) $130 $160
Half day (4 hours) $160 $200
Full day (7 hours) $275 $335

On-site: Aug. 6-10, 2014

Member Non-member
Half day (3 hours) $160 $190
Half day (4 hours) $190 $240
Full day (7 hours) $330 $410