Clinical Supervision in Addictions and Mental Health Counselling- 16 Hours

Contact Hours: 16

Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes PhD, LMHC


  • Define clinical supervision
  • Discuss the purpose of supervision
  • Delineate the differences between supervision and counseling
  • Identify ten principles for leadership in the new organizational structure
  • Identify agency stakeholders
  • Discuss what traits make an effective supervisor.
  • Self-evaluate in order to be able to articulate answers to personal philosophy questions
  • Examine approaches to supervision including developmental, psychodynamic, the skills model, the systems model and the alcohol and drug abuse model.
  • Examine unique characteristics of addictions
  • Discuss what is involved in establishing a supervisory relationship including
  • contracts, individual development plans, referrals,
  • Discuss how to assess the learning environment in your supervision setting
  • Learn about limits and managing the supervisory workload
  • Identify multiple methods for observation and the unique strengths and weaknesses of each
  • Become familiar with the five types of supervisory intervention and methods for
  • providing feedback
  • Identify the six core areas for counselor competencies
  • Identify several major sources of anxiety for supervisees and methods to assist them
  • Develop a list of solution-focused methods for assisting supervisees in overcoming roadblocks include
  • Define burnout and methods for burnout prevention

****FLORIDA WARNING-Clinical Supervision in Florida must be Face-To-Face to qualify as a clinical supervisor.  Florida counselors can take this course for CEUs, however.****

$48.00 for 90 days

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