The Ethics of Group Supervision

The course will cover all relevant aspects of the ethics of supervision conducted in groups. This includes, but is not limited to: Composite Baord Ethics; Aspirational Ethics; Purposes of Supervision; Supervision Basics; Supervision Models; How Individual Differs from Group; and Group Supervisor Skills.

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Presenter: Tim Robinson LPC, CPCS, is a Fellow of the American Academy of Healthcare Providers in the Addictive Disorders. Tim has worked in the mental health field for over 20 years, primarily treating substance use disorders. He has served various populations (adolescents, co-occuring disorders, in prisons and with ex-offenders) using differing treatment modalities. He is a co-founder of the Georgia Coalition for Addiction Recovery Awareness. He is also a Board member of the LPCA.

OBJECTIVE of the Training:

  • What is group Supervision, limits on groups, and
  • The pros and cons of Group Supervision
  • Expectation of the Supervisees, mediation and mutual aid.

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