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How can clinical supervisors know that they are meeting the best practice standards for clinical supervision in social work? This 6-hour workshop will explore the purposes of and major approaches to ethical and effective clinical social work supervision, as well as the technical knowledge, skills and abilities that are related to the areas of competence required of the effective clinical supervisor.

8/10/2018
When: Friday August 10, 2018
9am-4:30pm
Where: Center for Nonprofit Management
37 Peabody St. Ste 201
Nashville, TN  37210
United States
Contact: Melissa West


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 Best Practices in Social Work Supervision

6.0 CEU’s with 3.0 in Ethics

Meets TN SW Licensure Board Requirement for Supervisors

 

         Clinical Supervision is the crucible of competent practice in which an anxious novice is molded into an effective service provider—but only if the clinical supervisor provides the high levels of competent guidance, instruction, and support necessary to this transformation. The burden of competence — both clinical and legal — falls heavily on the clinical supervisor during the supervision period.
         How can clinical supervisors know that they are meeting the best practice standards for clinical supervision in social work? This 6-hour workshop will explore the purposes of and major approaches to ethical and effective clinical social work supervision, as well as the technical knowledge, skills and abilities that are related to the areas of competence required of the effective clinical supervisor. We will also explore the characteristics and qualifications of a model supervisor, and the four domains addressed in clinical social work supervision (direct practice, treatment-team collaboration, continued learning, and job management). We will also cover the ethical considerations and challenges specific to clinical social work supervision.
Three hours of this workshop will concentrate on the ethical responsibilities of clinical supervisors who provide social work supervision in practice settings.

Participants will be able to:

1) relate critical elements of the purposes of and major approaches to ethical and effective clinical social work supervision to their own experiences in the supervision process.

2) identify the competencies required of clinical supervisors in social work and the knowledge, skills and abilities related to these competencies.

3) determine the critical components of effective clinical social work supervision across the four major domains of clinical social work supervision.

4) describe basic considerations and requirements in the ethical practice of clinical social work supervision.

5) assess their own performance as ethical, effective providers of clinical social work supervision.

 

About the Presenter:
Linda Oxford, LCSW, LMFT has over 25 years of experience as a therapist, trainer, educator and consultant in the public and private sectors. Linda has specific expertise in professional ethics and risk management, crisis intervention and consultation and solution-focused action methods of problem solving. She frequently conducts regional, national and international workshops.

 

NASW Members = $90
Non-Members = $115

NASW –TN Continuing Education Cancellation Policy

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While the NASW understands that emergencies do occur, once a participant has been registered and is expected to attend a scheduled NASW TN Chapter workshop/event, the NASW TN Chapter has factored their attendance into costs already absorbed by the Chapter. Once a participant has registered and is expected to attend a scheduled Chapter workshop or event our cancellation policy is as follows:

•Cancellations received via e-mail 7days or more prior to the event will receive a full refund.

• Cancellations received 6-2 days in advance of the event shall be refunded to the participant with $25 deducted for processing.

• Cancellations received less than 2 days in advance of the event will NOT be refunded.

• Any “no shows” that have not provided advance notice will not be issued refunds or the option to apply the fee to a future scheduled workshop

 

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