Foundations Of Clinical Supervision

The purpose of this course is to promote the development of the practitioner's clinical skills. Topics covered include the responsibilities of a supervisor, a discussion of understanding and establishing good bourdaries between supervisor and supervisee, ethics for the coounselling profession, creating a plan of supervision, up-to-date board rules and supervision theory.

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Presenter:Louis Boynton, II, Ph.D, LPC, NCC, CPCS, Western District Rep Over the last few years Louis has been working in the profession of psychology as an educator, researcher, and practitioner. He has written grants and managed grant projects in disaster mental health, a new professional avenue. Currently, Louis is President of a nonprofit (managing a disaster mental health website, with a private practice, and a mobile assessment counselor for Southern Crescent Pines Behavioral Health. 

Objectives of the Course:

  • Understand the major roles of supervision to MCH professionals.
  • Comprehend the major responsibilities of supervision to MCH professionals.
  • Know the nature of the supervisory relationship when providing supervision to
    MCH professionals and the key factors associated with successful

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