Fri, Oct 19|
Riverside Behavioral Health Center
Crafting Successful Group Supervision & Digital Technology and Clinical Social Work Supervision
During this highly interactive seminar, attendees will engage with other professionals to strengthen their foundation of today’s best practice knowledge and enhance their skills to function effectively in the critical role of clinical supervisor. Day 1 explores the dynamics of Group Supervision, whi
Time & Location
Oct 19, 2018, 9:00 AM – Oct 20, 2018, 5:00 PM
Riverside Behavioral Health Center, 2244 Executive Dr, Hampton, VA 23666, USA
About The Event
LOCATION: Hampton Area - Exact Location To Be Determined. Registrants will be notified when final location is set.
PRESENTER : J. Patrick Slifka, LCSW, CAC
This course fulfills the training requirement mandated by the Virginia Board of Social Work to provide clinical supervision for LCSW candidates. The Virginia Board of Counseling recently updated their regulations for LPC and LMFT licensure, however, now stating:
◾For LPC and LMFT licensure, your supervisor must hold an active, unrestricted license as a LPC or LMFT only, in the jurisdiction where the supervision is being provided. At least 100 of the supervision hours must be supervised by a LPC. **Previously approved supervisors who are substance abuse treatment practitioners, school psychologists, clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, or psychiatrists can provide supervision until August 24, 2017.
During this highly interactive seminar, attendees will engage with other professionals to strengthen their foundation of today’s best practice knowledge and enhance their skills to function effectively in the critical role of clinical supervisor. Day 1 explores the dynamics of Group Supervision, while Day 2 focuses on the ethical divide of digital technology in Supervision.
Day 1: Crafting Successful Group Supervision: Theory, Practice, & Reality (7 CE Hours, 2 hours Ethics)
Conducting clinical supervision in a group setting brings richness and a different energy to the process than one-on-one supervision. Do you have the tools to be successful? You have the supervisees, and a site to meet, but what comes next? Do you have the skills, the competencies, and the knowledge of today’s best practice models?
◾Review the impact of the new regulations
◾Review best practice regarding contracting, record-keeping and regulatory compliance
◾Review ethical implications for consideration with Group processes
◾Examine common challenges to prepare for, including transference and counter-transference in group settings, confidentiality considerations, and how to manage group processes
◾Review specific Group Supervision models to firm your foundation including Interactional, Competency-Based, Task and Reflective methodologies of practice
Day 2: Mastering the Ethical Divide of Digital Technology and Clinical Social Work Supervision (7 CE Hours, Includes 7 Hours Ethics)
Evolving challenges transverse social work ethics and practice. While implications exist for all practitioners, digital technology has brought heightened risk for clinical social work supervisors. Ethical dilemmas abound from conflicts of interest and dual relationships, to state to state disparities of licensure scope, plus privacy and confidentiality. Effective supervisory oversight is essential for managing the current ethical disrupters of:
• Technology proficiency
• Appropriate use of social media and electronic communication
• Mandatory duty to warn situations,
• Industry demands for interstate practice and licensure portability
Professional liability for both the supervisor and supervisee is paramount. How does one effectively juggle all these moving parts?
Engage in an innovation, interactional, and informative seven hour training that blends new knowledge, with industry scenarios and application of the latest professional resources, including the 2017 Technology and Social Work Practice (NASW, ASWB, CSWE, CSWA, 2017) and the NASW Code of Ethics. With change the only constant in our industry, can you afford to miss out?
1. Identify current ethical disrupters to conducting clinical social work supervision.
2. Discuss ethical implications of liability in engaging digital technology for social work supervision.
3. Discuss how professional use of self impacts technology integration into supervisory practice.
4. Identify and apply the Standards for Technology and Social Work Practice, plus the Code of Ethics.
5. Apply session knowledge to attendee’s individual practice setting.
Registration Fees - includes manual and CE certificate (emailed after training)
2 Day, 14-Hour Course:
NASW Members $275
1 Day Only, 7-Hour Course:
NASW Members $151.25
Check-In begins at 8:00 am. Please arrive no later than 8:15 am to sign in. The training begins at 8:30 am and ends at 5:00 pm each day.
PAYMENT & REFUND POLICY: If you choose the "Bill Me" option during checkout, please mail payment within 7 days of registering in order to hold your seat. You will receive a confirmation email with your purchase information following checkout; this will serve as your invoice, no other invoices will be provided.
Checks should be made out to NASW Virginia and mailed to:
4860 Cox Road, Suite 200
Glen Allen, VA 23060
If a registrant cancels more than 10 days before the event, a refund will be issued by check or credit back to your credit card, minus a 10% administrative fee.
If cancelation occurs less than 10 days prior to the event, no refund will be issued but you may request a credit towards a future training to be used within 1 year of the cancelation date. Call the Chapter Office (804-204-1339) to cancel within 10 days of the training. A request for credit may be granted at the discretion of the Executive Director in case of a documented emergency.
Early registration ends on Jul 02, 2018.
Regular registration starts on Jul 03, 2018 and ends on Oct 16, 2018.
Late registration starts on Oct 17, 2018.