Full course description
If you are a supervisor and are supervising unlicensed support providers who are working with system-involved youth and their families, this is an important training for you.
For those of you needing only Day 1 (to fulfill your 6 CE’s every 2 years), you can sign up and indicate that you will be coming to Day 1 only. You will still have to stay for the full day and will get 7.5 CEU’s.
For those of you who are starting off and need the full 15 CE hours, you will sign up for the full 2 days. Of course, any of you are welcome to do the 2 days if you want more CE’s!
Sign up only once even if you are attending both days.
We will focus on issues of culture in supervision and also on some legal issues of supervision. Learning will include ethical boundaries in supervision and how this parallels boundaries that support providers need to establish and maintain in their relationships with system involved youth and their families. We will also describe and review the relevance of countertransference in the supervisory relationship and how to help supervisees identify this in order to stay focused on, and most effectively address, the needs of system-involved youth and their families. Lastly, we will also define and address the zone of proximal learning and how we, as supervisors, can best understand and access this zone on behalf of our supervisees. This includes “live” observation of how our supervisees are supporting our youth! All of these things above will be touched upon during Day 1 and then we will go broader and deeper during Day 2.