— Building Knowledge, Skills, and Self-Care —
Effective clinical supervision is a major pathway to develop confident and competent professionals. Many skills are necessary for the supervisor, including critical thinking, recognizing the differences between providing supervision and providing therapy; providing a space for growth and development, understanding ethical, legal and diversity issues, and many others. Supervisees come with different levels of skills as well and require specific guidance by their supervisor.
This workshop explores these aspects and includes topics relating to: stages of development; models of supervision; methods and techniques of supervision; evaluations; developing an IDP; developing an “agreement”; ethical and practical issues. Self-assessments, case studies, discussions, and interactive and engaging activities complement the information. All activities are voluntary.
• Identify stages of development
• Identify one activity for team building
• Develop an IDP with a supervisee