Clinical Supervisor Roles & Responsibilities:
Increasing Efficiency & Effectiveness
What skills and techniques lead to an effective
clinical supervisor? Does clinical supervision impact the upcoming
professional's future clinical decision making? Clinical supervision can be a
rewarding experience; however, it comes with a great deal of responsibility and
liability. It has been stated that clinicians will repeat the mistakes of their
supervisors, so clinical supervision is not a role to take lightly. Despite busy
schedules, large caseloads, and professional pressures, it is essential to
provide effective clinical supervision to associate clinicians. Jessica Holton,
MSW, LCSW, LCAS discusses the legal, ethical, and clinical implications of
clinical supervision. She offers methods to provide effective and efficient
clinical supervision to assist in ensuring that newer clinicians repeat the
desirable actions of their supervisors. Participants walk away with the
confidence to effectively fulfill their duties as clinical supervisors.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
•Discuss successes and challenges of clinical
•Identify differences between regulations and ethics
•Assess current understanding the legalities of clinical supervision
•Articulate the importance of supervision contracts and supervision agendas
•Evaluate the validity of current supervision style
•Demonstrate acquired clinical supervision skills among peers
JESSICA HOLTON, MSW, LCSW, LCAS has nearly
two decades of experience and is a private practitioner specializing in treating
Trauma & Stress Related Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, and Addictions in North
Carolina. She earned her Master of Social Work and became certified in Social
Work Practice with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing from East Carolina University.
Ms. Holton is active in leadership roles with the National Association of Social
Workers at the local, state, and national levels and is also involved with
Addiction Professionals of North Carolina. Ms. Holton has written many
professional newsletter articles, several peer–reviewed journal articles, and
has presented nationwide at numerous conferences. She also received the East
Carolina University School of Social Work Rising Star Alumni Award.
"I have attended a number of Jessica Holton's
trainings and was so impressed that I asked her to help provide clinical
training to our staff members across the State of North Carolina. Her
presentation style is energetic, but well–paced. Jessica brings not only a
wealth of knowledge, but also the professional experience it takes to engage
Dale Willetts, CCJP
Director, NC TASC Training Institute
"Jessica Holton has a wealth of clinical knowledge and is able to convey that to
others in a way that is engaging and informative. She is the epitome of
professionalism and an awesome presenter."
Tony Beatty, President of APNC
"Jessica consistently connects difficult concepts for me in her presentations.
She has a style for helping unwind complex client cases that allows me to be a
better practitioner. I have used her handouts in my practice many times."
Jack Register, NAMI–NC Executive Director
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
•Behavioral Health Managers
•Drug and Alcohol Abuse Counselors
•Marriage and Family Therapists
•Mental Health and Addictions Administrators
CREDITS - CE Approvals
American Psychological Association - Cross
Country Education is approved by the American Psychological Association to
sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Cross Country Education
maintains responsibility for this program and its content. This program offers 6
CE credits for psychologists. Full attendance is required to receive credit for
psychologist, variable credit for partial attendance may not be awarded based on
the APA guidelines.
Association of Social Work Boards - Cross Country Education provider #1005,
is approved as a provider for social work continuing education by the
Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB), through the Approved Continuing
Education (ACE) program (an approved provider since 1999, approved period
1-28-15 to 1-27-18). Cross Country Education maintains responsibility for the
program. Social workers will receive 5 Clinical and 1 Ethics continuing
education clock hours for participating in this course. Licensed social workers
should contact their individual state jurisdiction to review the current
continuing education requirements for licensure renewal. Visit ASWB's website at
www.aswb.org for more information. This educational offering is at the
Intermediate level for social workers.
Ethics Statement - This educational offering is offered for 6 hours of
continuing education of which 1 hours includes discussion of ethics issues.
General Statement - This educational offering qualifies for 6 continuing
education hours as required by many national, state and local licensing boards
and professional organizations. Save your course outline and certificate of
completion, and contact your own board or organization for specific filing
National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors - This
course has been approved by Cross Country Education, as a NAADAC Approved
Education Provider, for 6 continuing education hours. NAADAC Provider #77600,
Cross Country Education is responsible for all aspects of their programming.
Content includes elements of one of the NAADAC 8 Counselor Skills Group. Full
attendance is required to receive credit, variable credit for partial attendance
may not be awarded based on the NAADAC guidelines.
ASWB - NJ CE Course Approval - New Jersey Social Worker pending approval.
South Carolina Board of Examiners for LPC, AC
& MFT - Cross Country Education is an approved sponsor with the South
Carolina Board of Examiners for LPC, AC and MFTs (Provider #104). This program
is offered for 6 continuing education hours.
SEMINAR CLASS TIME:
Seminar Check-in: 7:30 AM Seminar Class 8:00 AM -