As our field continues to grow and change, there is a need for more skilled supervisors acting as mentors to new professionals. In this workshop, participants will differentiate between supervision models as well as approach the models as research-practitioners, exploring which model best suits their practice. participants will discuss, develop, and practice supervision strategies through didactic work, large group discussions, and role plays. In addition, participants will explore ethical and legal situations that supervisors may encounter as well as the role of mentor-supervisors as anti-racist collaborators. Lastly, participants will have opportunities to start to implement their supervision skills into their practice and learn about evaluation strategies.
This introductory workshop is intended for mental health professionals that are looking to become approved supervisors for others pursuing mental health licensure.
After completing this workshop, participants will be able to:
- Differentiate between the different supervision models, theories, and practices of mental health supervision.
- Demonstrate personal supervision model and strategies to enact in their own practice.
- Understand the role of supervision in anti-racist collaboration as well as how they can personalize this role.
- Distinguish between legal or ethical concerns and have "next steps" on how to handle supervision concerns.
- Ability to evaluate their supervision as part of their practice and will have the skills to self-evaluate.
Participants in this workshop series are eligible to receive up to 6 CE Hours approved by the Minnesota Board of Social Work (#CEP-204). For participants needing clinical clock hours (CCH), this workshop meets the requirements, as defined by the Board of Social Work:
- Clinical intervention methods informed by research and current standards of practice: 2 CCH
- Evaluation methodologies: 1 CCH
- Social work values and ethics, including cultural context, diversity, and social policy: 1 CCH
- Culturally specific clinical assessment and intervention: 1 CCH
Center for Practice Transformation – University of Minnesota has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7404. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Center for Practice Transformation – University of Minnesota is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.