A continuing education course for 6 ces
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That's it! You are done!In this course, we will cover aspects of supervision, including:
Legal and ethical issues in clinical supervision
Current laws and regulations pertaining to supervision
Records to keep
Roles and functions of the Psychologist as a Clinical Supervisor
Models of clinical supervision
Methods and techniques in clinical supervision
Supervisory relationship issues
Cultural issues in clinical supervision
Evaluation of supervisee competence and the supervision process
Reverberations in the 3-dimensional Interpersonal Field between supervisor and supervisee as it parallels the field between supervisee and his or her patient
And, in blue, the Journal of an anonymous supervisor, including raw and unedited countertransference material, as well as examples of Parallel Process in action
Featuring excerpts from DSM-S - The DSM-Supervisors, with a special examination of DSM-S 004.78 -Engaging in an Act of Desperation by Desperate Supervisor
Contains an extensive Supervision Bibliography
In this course, the term 'intern' = trainee = supervisee = social work associate = psych assistant = someone who is being supervised by any other name (or, to quote Shakespeare: "What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet.")
In purple are places for YOU to think about the issues that supervision raises in your psyche. These are solely for you; we won't be asking you to share them. The hope is that this introspection will prove helpful to you as a supervisor. Some of these are marked with a cup of "cyber-coffee" (or tea, if you prefer) expressing my wish that we could sit down and discuss these issues over a cup of coffee. I hope that you will slow down when you see these areas, and really think about the issues. The danger of self-study is that people can just skim the material, in order to pass the post-test.
The clinician will be able to:
I. identify components of ethical professional conduct in supervision.
2. describe legal issues in her/his state regarding child abuse, patient/therapist privilege, Tarasoff Issues and the mandated responsibilities of the supervisor
3. identify issues that may be associated with confidentiality, including client welfare, competence/scope of practice and informed consent, as they apply to supervision.
4. demonstrate of the specific laws and ethics in regard to supervision.
5. list the clinical issues involved in the supervision relationship.
6. discuss the impact of multiculturalism on supervision.
7. cognizant of the role of countertransference in the supervisory relationship, and the concept of parallel process.
Cost for the 6 unit course is $77
All material included in this course is either in the public domain, or used with express permission.
We do adhere to the American Psychological Association's Ethical Principles of Psychologists. Our courses are carefully screened by the Planning Committee to adhere to APA standards. We also require authors who compose Internet courses specifically for us follow APA ethical standards.
Many of our courses contain case material, and may use the methods of qualitative research and analysis, in-depth interviews and ethnographic studies. The psychotherapeutic techniques depicted may include play therapy, sandplay therapy, dream analysis, drawing analysis, client and therapist self-report, etc. The materials presented may be considered non-traditional and may be controversial, and may not have widespread endorsement within the profession. www.psychceu.com maintains responsibility for the program and its content.
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