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Developing a Personal Philosophy of Clinical Supervision


Friday, March 30, 2012Preferred registration deadline: March 23rd

8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

3 CEUs

$50 General Admission

Note: This workshop is designed to meet the new Missouri requirement that individuals providing supervision through the LCSW process receive 3 hours of supervision continuing education each licensure period.

Emphasis will be given to exploring positive and negative experiences; theory and paradigm shifts; developmental and isomorphic awareness; and ethical management, via Self-of-the-Supervisor reflective processes. Current licensure statutes will be reviewed. Class size is limited to 30. The presenters will share their experiential and collaborative model of supervision, encouraging attendees to develop their own approach. Supervision of non-licensed therapists can be a valuable growth opportunity for clinicians and supervisors.

Ellen C. Ranney, PhD, LMFT
Family Therapist, Private Practice

Jean Caine, LCSW, LMFT
Clinical Social Worker, Private Practice

$30 Brown School Field Instructor$10 Full-Time Graduate Students